April 25, 2005, 12:00 AM

Transora’s Fleming joins GNX as vice president of supply chain services

Ken Fleming, former president and COO of Transora, an Internet-based data exchange service for CPG suppliers and retailers, is joining the retailer-based GlobalNetXchange as vice president of supply chain products and services.

 

Ken Fleming, former president and COO of Chicago-based Transora, an Internet-based data exchange service for CPG suppliers and retailers, is joining the retailer-founded GlobalNetXchange as vice president of supply chain products and services.

Fleming, with a background in supply chain and logistics technology and operations, will bring San Francisco-based GNX the expertise it needs to meet the growing demand among retailers and their suppliers for expanded supply chain services, said GNX CEO Joseph Laughlin. “Ken brings to GNX a wealth of experience in software development and product marketing, and is a recognized expert in data synchronization,” Laughlin said. “This unique and highly relevant experience will be invaluable in helping GNX enhance its supply chain solutions and services to meet the increasingly sophisticated requirements of both retailers and manufacturers.”

In his three years at Transora, Fleming led global technology operations as president and COO and also served as chief marketing officer.

Prior to Transora, Fleming served as vice president of marketing for Kewill Systems Plc, a provider of supply chain and shipment management systems. Fleming also served in several senior management positions at supply chain technology provider Sterling Commerce.

 

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