Manufacturing mechanisms and global trade are evolving at an accelerating rate.
This has huge implications for supply chain management and logistics networks, with many legacy solutions unable to meet today’s complex supply chain requirements.
A Ti Whitepaper in Partnership with Kewill
In this whitepaper, Ti’s technology expert Ken Lyon, in partnership with Kewill, gives his view on supply chain management and logistics networks and how they can support the needs of dynamic organisations engaged in global manufacturing, trade and logistics.
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About the speakers:
Ken Lyon, is Managing Director of Virtual Partners Ltd and has over 30 years of experience in the transportation industry. Ken specialises in the use of advanced information systems to manage the operations of 3PL (Third Party Logistics), 4PL and Lead Logistics Providers and their trading partner networks. Over the past few years he has helped start-ups concerned with supply chain technologies and before that, he spent 10 years as a Director and VP of information services at UPS, helping to establish its Logistics and supply chain services Group. Ken was recently appointed Chairman of the Board for an international logistics software group and also sits on the board of Ti. During the past 25 years, he has participated in conferences and conventions for the US Department of Defense, Government of Singapore, The JOC, Nikkei and many others. Ken is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport, a member of RUSI and a member of the US OSD sponsored Highlands Forum.
As Chief Sales Officer, Daniel Vertachnik brings over 15 years of sales and operational experience in all aspects of global transportation and distribution solutions. Prior to Kewill, Dan served as EVP and Chief Customer Officer of MercuryGate International, where he drove tremendous growth over the last four years. Previously, he served in several executives positions at RMI, RedPrairie (now JDA), and i2 Technologies. Dan has repeatedly shown tremendous ability to lead teams that drive growth and create value for customers. Dan holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Duquesne University.
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