Testani is among 24 finalists in the New Jersey Region, based on her demonstration of long-term value creation through entrepreneurial spirit, purpose, growth, and impact. Regional winners from around the U.S. will be announced June 12.
(ROCHELLE PARK, NJ) — April XX, 2023 — Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) announced today that Intelligent Audit CEO Hannah Testani is a finalist for the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2023 New Jersey Award. Now in its 37th year, Entrepreneur Of The Year is a prestigious business award recognizing visionary entrepreneurs and leaders of high-growth companies who drive change for a more equitable, sustainable, and prosperous world.
An independent panel of judges selected Testani based on her demonstration of long-term value creation through entrepreneurial spirit, purpose, growth, and impact, among other core contributions and attributes.
“It is truly an honor to be recognized and chosen as a finalist in the EY Entrepreneur of Year Program,” Testani said. “This past year Intelligent Audit has seen tremendous growth and success, which would not have been possible without the commitment and hard work by our team to develop a better, more robust solution for our customers. As CEO, I am excited for what this recognition means and how it will help showcase our leadership in our industry.’
Intelligent Audit is a global leader in multimodal freight audit and recovery, business intelligence analytics, and secure carrier payment processing. Under Testani's leadership, the company is revolutionizing the logistics industry by deploying big data and machine learning to identify shipping anomalies and optimize customer logistics processes worldwide.
Founded in 1996, Intelligent Audit is committed to driving innovation in the logistics industry by harnessing the power of clean data and machine learning. The company aims to help customers ship smarter, faster, and cheaper, reducing their carbon footprint and improving overall supply chain efficiency. Through continuous investment in technology and a culture of innovation, Intelligent Audit is leading the way towards a more efficient and cost-effective supply chain.
Regional award winners will be announced on June 12. The 17 regional winners from around the U.S. will then compete for national recognition at the Strategic Growth Forum®—one of the nation’s most prestigious gatherings of high-growth, market-leading companies—in November. The overall national winner will represent the U.S. at the EY World Entrepreneur of the Year™ competition in June 2024.
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Founded in 1996, Intelligent Audit is the global leader in multimodal transportation invoice audit, business intelligence analytics, and secure carrier payment processing. The company helps carriers get paid what they’re owed on time, while providing shippers with actionable, data-driven insights that take the guesswork out of decision-making. With robust machine learning algorithms that quickly identify anomalous patterns in transportation spend, Intelligent Audit is paving the way for a more efficient, cost-effective supply chain. For more information, visit www.intelligentaudit.com.
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