Oracle Customer Spotlight Series
March 9, 2021
For more than 100 years, growth—both organic and by acquisition—has been a defining characteristic of Yellow. Today, Yellow’s portfolio of five trucking and logistics companies is the leading less-than-truckload (LTL) freight carrier in North America.
Unfortunately, all that growth led to a disjointed IT environment with multiple versions of on-premises finance and HR applications—plus point solutions. Upgrades were lengthy and costly, and data extraction challenges made it difficult to derive insights across all five businesses. Then Yellow decided to move to unified ERP (2017) and HCM (2018) suites on Oracle Cloud.
We made the decision to pick one provider for HR and finance…For the life of me, I can’t think of a rationale why you would go with separate vendors.
Jason Ringgenberg CIO, Yellow
Join Jason Ringgenberg, CIO at Yellow, to learn how Oracle's unified cloud platform helped the company:
Jason is responsible for ensuring the integrity, security, and functionality of all IT systems, processes, and support functions at Yellow.Read full bio
As Chief Information Officer of Yellow, Jason Ringgenberg leads the direction of Yellow's technology including its portfolio of industry-leading less-than truckload (LTL) companies: Holland, New Penn, Reddaway and YRC Freight, as well as the logistics company HNRY Logistics.
Ringgenberg has responsibility for managing and directing the integrity, security and functionality of all IT systems, processes and support functions for one of the largest, most comprehensive networks in North America.
Before being named CIO at Yellow, Ringgenberg was a senior vice president at YRC Freight where he was instrumental in leading the company's technology transformation. Prior to joining YRC Freight in 2014, Ringgenberg was with Accenture for over 20 years, serving most recently as a managing director in the North American Freight and Logistics practice. He has deep experience supporting global freight and logistics client efforts on IT and business processes. Ringgenberg holds a BBA in Transportation & Logistics from Iowa State University and an MBA from The University of Oklahoma.