The origins of Crux Systems are rooted in the founder’s long experience in the marine terminal industry. While passing countless trucks on I-80 between the San Francisco Bay Area and Lake Tahoe, we realized there had to be a better way to bring efficiency to the transport of import containers. We set out to find the most simple, reliable and insightful way to help move cargo faster through marine terminals, and Crux Systems was born.
The name Crux Systems comes from the rock climbing world, a passion of our CEO. Once a climber gets past the crux of a route, the most difficult part of a climb, the rest is easy. Crux Systems helps cargo owners, terminals and truckers do just that – get through the most difficult part of the route quickly, and get on their way to their final destination.
CEO and Co-Founder
Eric has been involved with marine terminal products, companies and technology for more than 20 years, including 13 years at Navis where he lead an equipment automation product team. When he’s not thinking about how to make truckers and terminals more profitable, you can find him climbing and skiing around Lake Tahoe with his wife, three kids and dog.Connect with LinkedIn
COO and Co-Founder
Jennifer has a wide range of experience with product and marketing strategy, user interface design and social media. Previously, she was head of marketing at Mojave Networks, a mobile security startup, and lead a global communications team at PayPal. She loves just about any sport that gets her outside, except for golf.Connect with LinkedIn
Miguel has spent more than 20 years developing systems and technology teams for mission critical enterprise applications in the supply chain industry. He has executive experience from at both startups like SmartTurn and multinational companies like Dematic andKION. Originally from Spain, he obtained a Senior Engineer Degree in Industrial engineering from ICAI, and an Executive Education degree in business administration from IESE. He came to the US as a Fulbright scholar for graduate studies, and obtained a Masters in Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and a PhD from Stanford University in Manufacturing Information Systems.Connect with LinkedIn