Tompkins International names Chief Commercial Officer, Chief Strategy Officer, and Chief Technology Officer.
Raleigh, NC - Tompkins International is proud to announce additions to its executive leadership team. These additions are a direct result of the company’s growth.
Jim Herman has been named Chief Commercial Officer. With more than 30 years of experience, Herman is recognized as a highly impactful and transformational sales and marketing executive within the retail, distribution, manufacturing, and supply chain industries. He has worked strategically in partnership with brands and retailers of all sizes to achieve accelerated growth and supply chain optimization. Herman will lead all business development initiatives for Tompkins International.
Gene Tyndall has been named Chief Strategy Officer. Tyndall is a highly respected supply chain consultant, industry veteran, and thought leader. He has more than 30 years of experience with more than a hundred multinational corporations and domestic companies in strategy development, new process design, technology, and leading practices. Many of the best practices in place today across all industries are due to his leadership. Tyndall will lead the strategic development of the Tompkins International business and marketing initiatives and strategic planning processes.
Jeffrey Godwin has been named Chief Technology Officer. Godwin has more than 20 years of supply chain management, distribution, and transportation experience. He will oversee the development, procurement, integration, implementation, enhancement, and maintenance of a suite of integrated, best-of-breed applications designed to deliver rapid value and competitive advantage to all of Tompkins International’s clients.
“I am thrilled about all three of these gentlemen’s new roles, together they will help continue to grow the Tompkins International ecosystem, providing even greater solutions for our clients,” stated Jim Tompkins, CEO, Tompkins International.
About Tompkins International
Tompkins International is a supply chain consulting and implementation firm that maximizes supply chain performance and value creation. It enables clients to be more profitable and valuable, while also becoming more agile, flexible, and adaptive to the marketplace. Tompkins collaborates with client teams to develop improved operations strategies, supply chain planning, and execution across all the Mega Processes of supply chains (PLAN-BUY-MAKE-MOVE-DISTRIBUTE-SELL). Tompkins is headquartered in Raleigh, NC and has offices throughout North America and in Europe and Asia. For more information visit: www.tompkinsinc.com.
In response to COVID-19 and limiting travel, Tompkins Robotics is now offering interactive virtual tours using a variety of stationary and roaming cameras throughout the facility. We have the capability to demonstrate five t-Sort systems with various configurations, robots and functionalities. The main demonstration system includes three different induction types: manual, robotic and A-frame. Our systems are capable of e-commerce order fulfillment, store replenishment, backroom and parcel / postal sortation. We can demonstrate the original t-Sort robotic system in multiple dual level configurations and an elevator system to move robots between the levels. Our larger t-Sort Plus robots run on single level systems with both tilt tray and crossbelt options. In the very near future we will demonstrate the new t-Sort Mini in an additional system. We have a wide variety of inventory to demonstrate products including general merchandise, apparel, grocery, fragile goods, odd sizes and shapes and a wide range of product weights. You will also have a chance to learn about the technologies that are integrated into our system such as automated induction, automated charging, integrated weight and dimension capture, our proprietary wireless network and Warehouse Execution System (WES), new innovations such as our automated sorter exit solution and more. And if mobility and flexibility are important to you, we can demonstrate how easy it is to reconfigure a system, remove or add a sort table, and even fold a table into a smaller footprint for move or transport.