Brian Glick

Chain.io

Founder and CEO

Brian Glick has made a career of simplifying complex supply chain and trade compliance IT challenges. Whether analyzing complex coding issues or rationalizing the compliance impacts of a vendor direct drop ship program, Brian brings a rare combination of executive perspective and deep technical knowledge to today’s supply chain challenges. From the early day's web-based visibility platforms and into today’s cloud revolution, Brian has been an active leader in each phase of the connected supply chain evolution. With a focus on retail and apparel supply chains, Brian has brought his expertise to bear as an IT leader both within logistics service providers and through independent software companies. 

Sessions With Brian Glick

Friday, 26 February

  • 12:00pm - 12:20pm (EST) / 26/feb/2021 05:00 pm - 26/feb/2021 05:20 pm

    The Logistics Technology Breakthrough

    Breaking Down Logistics’ Digital Nervous System

    The number of logistics technology solutions on the market can seem overwhelming to buyers, but there is a way through the fog. Whether you’re a forwarder, carrier, or shipper, it’s important to have a strategy for understanding what your business needs, what solutions address those needs, and then ensuring that the preferred solutions can be integrated effectively with existing systems, partners, and customers. Brian Glick, CEO of the logistics systems integration specialist Chain.io, sees these issues on a daily basis, and will walk the market through a multi-step guide to managing this process, including the consequential aspect of "wiring it all together." This session will serve as a link between the substantive and granular technology sessions on days 1 and 2 of TPM21. 

  • 01:00pm - 01:30pm (EST) / 26/feb/2021 06:00 pm - 26/feb/2021 06:30 pm

    The Logistics Technology Breakthrough

    Global TMS as the Gateway to Other Services

    TMS is no modern innovation — indeed, the concept of a global TMS linking supply chain and logistics partners and based on the power of the internet is entering its third decade. But a new breed of systems is emerging with a more open mindset, one where the TMS isn’t a turnkey and static fix but rather a vehicle to incorporate a range of ancillary products and services, predominantly through application programming interface. This session will examine what the next decade of TMS innovation is likely to look like.