Leo Gorodinski

Alvys

Chief Technology Officer

As the former VP of Engineering at Jet.com, Leo Gorodinski built that platform from the ground to a market value of $3.3 billion when it was sold to Walmart. Now he is the CTO of Alvys with the mission of transforming the way carriers and brokers connect with each other through one-click workflows and integrated technologies. Alvys is replacing archaic software, which hinders growth and Leo is leading the development team as they build a world class, multi-tenant platform that delivers high performing, cloud-based technology to all players in the supply chain. 

Sessions With Leo Gorodinski

Wednesday, 28 September

  • 10:45am - 11:30am (CST) / 28/sep/2022 03:45 pm - 28/sep/2022 04:30 pm

    Tech III: Empowering the Long Tail of Truckload Carriers

    It’s a cliché at this point, but the US truckload market is highly fragmented and utterly reliant on small fleets and independent drivers. As demand exploded in 2021, that only attracted more small carriers to the market. But as the market softens in 2022, there’s a looming question: Will this year be different, and what role will a cohort of technology providers focused on the long tail of truckload carriers play in making these small carriers more viable? These vendors not only enable small carriers to make their back office, dispatching, and customer-facing operations more efficient, but they also bring structure and visibility to small carriers, ultimately enabling shippers to get access to more capacity. In this session, a trio of technology providers for small carriers will discuss how this will shake out in 2022 and beyond.