Trax Technologies taps Blake Tablak to succeed Hampton Wall as its CEO

Blake Tablak, Chief Executive Officer at Trax Technologies
Blake Tablak, Chief Executive Officer at Trax Technologies

Trax Technologies (Trax), the world-renown Transportation Spend Management (TSM) solutions provider, has announced the appointment of Blake Tablak as its Chief Executive Officer. Tablak succeeds Hampton Wall, who will transition to the role of special advisor. 

What does Tablak bring to Trax in the role?

Tablak brings a proven track record of navigating complex market dynamics in enterprise software and leading businesses as they scale. In his most recent role at ProcessMAP, Tablak redefined the strategy and focus and led the company through a successful acquisition by Ideagen. He previously held global leadership positions at Udacity, Workiva, and Topia, where he was responsible for driving innovative go-to-market strategies to accelerate sales. 

Commenting on his appointment, Tablak, said, “I look forward to leading and accelerating the growth of this incredible organization. Trax is a global leader in helping customers unlock valuable freight audit and payment data insights to optimize costs and ensure compliance.”

“The talented team here at Trax is adept at driving innovation, capitalizing on emerging opportunities, and delivering outstanding value to clients, partners, and stakeholders.”

What does the appointment mean for Trax?

“Blake has the perfect background and skill set to lead Trax through its next stage of growth. Trax’s software is mission-critical to clients as supply chains become increasingly complex, and we feel Blake is attuned to our clients’ needs,” said Sean White, Trax Board Member.

“Blake is a proven executive with a track record of growing cloud-based software companies at scale. His appointment will continue to elevate Trax’s position as a market leader in Transportation Spend Management solutions,” said Bob Morse, Trax Board Member.

“Blake’s vision is to deliver an increasingly valuable suite of logistics products to Trax’s customers, arming them with the tools to identify trends, make strategic cost decisions, and better manage their entire supply chain ecosystem,” Bob Morse further commented.

“The Board and the entire executive team extend their heartfelt appreciation to Hampton Wall for his invaluable contributions to the company’s success and his efforts establishing the strategic investment by Triumph Bank,” commented Dave Dawson, Trax Board Member. 

This appointment follows the recent announcement that Trax will leverage the TriumphPay payments network to help deliver fraud protection, automated payments, and funds security for transportation payments. TriumphPay is a world-renown premier payments network for freight brokers, factors, shippers, and carriers in the North America trucking industry.