T-Chek Systems spruces up its online interface

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MINNEAPOLIS: Ackmann & Dickenson, Inc. (A&D), a software and interactive firm, has been hired by Eden Prairie, Minn.-based T-Chek Systems, Inc., (T-Chek) a business-to-business provider of intelligent spend management and payment processing services to transportation-related organizations.


T-Chek Systems’ core competency is providing transaction management through flexible automated systems. Its products help transportation carriers conduct their business on the road and obtain fast payment for their service by improving productivity, purchasing control, negotiating power and information management.

“Ackmann & Dickenson has the unique ability of putting our spent time learning and understanding our business needs first before their own services,” said Petro Tsarehradsky, vice president of marketing for T-Chek Systems, Inc. “This approach is so refreshing – and rare -- because most service providers want to apply, if not, push, their own set of services onto a project rather than focus on the business needs of the client. These guys, Ackmann & Dickenson, really get it. They truly know our business and work hard to ensure they are providing the best solution for T-Chek. They are extraordinarily bright and talented, and their aptitude comes from a practical business background, which they translate to the project.”

A&D, which expects to double its revenues in 2010, has posted four consecutive quarters of growth, added 30 new clients, 15 new jobs, three contractors and completed its third construction build-out over the past nine months. Among the firm’s most recently acquired clients are engineering firm Meyer, Borgman & Johnson, Inc., Univita, Staging Concepts and Assistance in Recovery.