Supply Chain Digest Speakers Bureau
Supply Chain Digest's Team of Supply Chain and Logistics Experts Can Make Your Meeting or Event a Winner
If you are looking for an informative and entertaining speaker for your meeting or event, Supply Chain Digest can provide the resources you need. Our combined team has given presentations at more than 100 events world wide, across a broad range of supply chain and logistics topics, representing the best Thought Leadership in the Industry.
In 2007, we have already made presentations at more than a dozen events. Typical venues and events we speak at include:
- Industry Associations
- User Conferences
- Internal Company Meetings
- Themed Conferences
- Webcasts and On-line Events
To learn more about how Supply Chain Digest can support your meeting or event, contact Jason Stegent, Vice President of Sales at 713-963-9027, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our roster of Supply Chain Expert Speakers is detailed below.
President and Editor in Chief
Mr. Gilmore has a 15-year career in the supply chain industry, most recently serving as Sr. Vice President of Marketing and Strategy for RedPrairie. Prior to that, he was the chief supply chain analyst at META Group, the IT industry’s second largest research and advisory service. He has also held management positions at Pitney Bowes and NCR Corp.
He is known as one of the supply chain industry’s knowledge leaders, and has written more than 100 articles for major trade publications and spoken at dozens of industry events, user group meeting, seminars and company meetings.
His weekly First Thoughts column each week in Supply Chain Digest is the industry's most widely read and linked to commentary in the industry.
President and Editor in Chief
Mr. Fralick writes about supply chain technology issues, with a special focus on RFID and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Before joining SCDigest, he was president of consulting firm ROI Solutions LLC, and prior to that Vice President of Architecture for RedPrairie.
He is co-founder of Software Architects International, a successful Warehouse Management System (WMS) provider subsequently purchased by McHugh Software (RedPairie). Mr. Fralick is a recognized expert in RFID, Service Oriented Architectures (SOA), Warehouse Management, material handling systems integration, and other technologies.
Associate Director and Editor of our Chief Supply Chain Officer Insights Newsletter
Mr. Tyndall writes the Executive View column for Supply Chain Digest, and is assuming additional editorial responsibilities, including editing a new Executive-focused hard copy newsletter. He is a frequent speaker, moderator, and chair at industry conferences and events around the world.
Mr. Tyndall also serves as president of Supply Chain Executive Advisors, LLC, (SCEA), a global firm comprised of senior executives who provide strategic advice and management counsel to senior business and public officials around the world. Gene is a globally experienced and recognized management consulting and business executive, having advised over 100 corporations in more than 40 countries. He has co-authored four books (including Supercharging Supply Chains) and written dozens of articles on Supply Chain Management and Logistics. He is a Director on public and private boards.
Prior to founding SCEA, Gene was Executive Vice-President at Ryder System, Inc., a FORTUNE 500 global corporation based in Miami, FL. He was also President of the company’s Global Logistics Division, a $1.8Billion Business Unit. In addition to leading substantial improvements in profitability and shareholder value, he helped lead the corporation’s strategic planning process; transformed its business processes and operations; and initiated new technologies, change management, and knowledge management programs, as well as a new product development process. Prior to joining Ryder, Gene was a Senior Partner and Leader of the Ernst & Young Global Supply Chain Management Consulting Practice, growing the business to over $1Billion annually. Many of the Supply Chain practices and processes in place in business today are due to his contributions.
Gene was recently awarded the “Global Logistics Person of 2007” by the Global Institute of Logistics, which also voted him into the Global Logistics Hall of Fame.