Optimize Supply Chains
With the current logistics spend at $18 Trillion, Blume Global is committed to removing $1 Trillion of waste through its digital supply chain platform.
At Blume Global, we are committed to an ethical, purpose-driven supply chain that benefits all parties. A purposeful supply chain is optimized, efficient, effective, responsible and employs environmentally sustainable practices. The potential of an orchestrated, collaborative supply chain that addresses environmental and social challenges is profound.
Blume helps optimize moves to reduce carbon emissions, provides visibility and traceability, empowers small businesses and emerging economies, and orchestrates the delivery of goods where they are needed most. This is the Blume Global promise to our customers and partners.
Optimize Supply Chains
Lower Carbon Emissions
Empower Small Businesses
“Blume Global is a critical digital supply chain platform that will allow us to deliver an exceptional logistics experience to our customers while driving aggressive global expansion goals...For our customers, Blume’s capabilities enhance our ability to manage our customers’ complex supply chains. This addition will help take us to the next level, arming us with critical real-time information and powerful, data-driven capabilities to measure and optimize our entire process while maximizing efficiency, as well as leveraging Blume’s comprehensive network of motor carriers.”
- Dan Curtis, president, BNSF Logistics
“We are helping our clients drive digital supply chain transformations that align them closer with their customers, understand and respond faster to demand, and significantly reduce costs. The Blume platform builds on our team’s enterprise software expertise to deliver solutions that enable our customers to re-invent their supply chains."
- Karmesh Vaswani, EVP for Consumer, Retail, Logistics Industry Group, Infosys
“The Blume team invested significant time and effort to understand the issues and information, and then developed an innovative, responsive and flexible tool that clearly showed where we had opportunities to improve load cycle performance.”
- Asset Owner
“Blume Global enables us to provide critical shipment visibility to our customers. Blume Global connects our pickup and delivery partners worldwide and makes it easier for them to meet our tight reporting requirements, while standardizing the process for the benefit of our offices as well.”
– Logistics Service Provider
“We’re delighted that Blume Global will bring its leading digital supply chain capabilities to Google Cloud. Retail customers want to modernize quickly, and our partnership with Blume will be an asset to them, letting them leverage Blume’s expertise in supply chain alongside the scalability, flexibility and leading AI and ML capabilities of Google Cloud.”
- Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate Vice President, Global Partner Ecosystem at Google Cloud
“We are excited to welcome Blume Global to the ASUG network, which is made up of some of the most dynamic and cutting-edge SAP customers in the world...Our members represent the best of the best companies that are capitalizing on today’s latest technologies — including supply chain — and we can’t wait for the Blume team to share their knowledge and expertise with our members to help drive their success.”
- Geoff Scott, CEO, ASUG
Pervinder Johar, CEO of Blume Global, has a diverse background in supply chain management and technology. Across more than three decades, Johar has introduced solutions that have helped companies reduce their carbon emissions and foster logistics agility. He has led companies providing innovative solutions to the logistics industry as well as managed global systems for companies such as HP. Leveraging his expertise in AI, robotics process automation and machine learning, Johar is guiding Blume’s next wave of transformative solutions.
Chief Financial Officer Tom Williams leads the Finance and Human Resources teams at Blume Global. He brings over three decades of experience in finance, leading companies through acquisitions and assisting them with initial public offerings — including leadership roles at public companies such as Manhattan Associates and Sterling Commerce. Prior to joining Blume, Tom was the Chief Financial Officer for Steelwedge Software and Evestment.
Blume Global CIO Yamini Vellore leads the customer success, professional services and techops teams. Working with Manhattan Associates beginning in 1992, she rose to the level of VP Global R&D before departing for Hewlett-Packard in 2010, where she was responsible for global supply chain IT architecture. Her most recent role was SVP, Products and Technology, Global SaaS & IT Operations, at Marsh ClearSight.
Glenn Jones is senior vice president of product management at Blume Global. He has a proven track record of growing businesses by building and leading R&D and product marketing organizations to define, develop, position and sell highly innovative and high value enterprise solutions delivered in the cloud. He was formerly the COO of Sweetbridge and the CTO of Steelwedge Software, and he has held leadership positions at supply chain software companies Elementum, E2Open and i2 Technologies.
Niyati Kohler is Blume Global’s senior vice president of strategy of operations. Her duties also include running the CEO office, as chief of staff. Starting her career in supply chain visibility, Kohler worked with leading enterprise software companies like Xerox and Infosys for more than a decade. At Blume Global, she works closely with the CEO to define overall strategy, overseeing execution of strategic initiatives.
Santosh Pant is Blume Global’s senior vice president of product development. Pant has more than 22 years of experience in designing and building solutions, with more than 15 years of specific focus on supply chain technology solutions. Among his current duties, he leads technology architecture and product development teams for Blume’s platform and order management, visibility and CarrierGo solutions. Before joining Blume, Pant worked with leading financial technology and consumer product companies.
Sudhir Unnikrishnan, managing director of Blume Global India, joined the company with more than 25 years of experience in finance and operational roles. Prior to joining Blume, Unnikrishnan spent a decade at PWC as a senior finance director, and he also served for five years as a finance director at Manhattan Associates. He has a track record of building offshore centers, and he has extensive leadership experience running efficient operations for the captive units.
Mark Yong, Blume Global’s MD of APAC and EMEA, came to Blume with significant knowledge and experience in the multimodal transport and infrastructure industry. Yong served as the director of regional development at BMT, where he oversaw the shipping, ports and environmental development activities in the Asia-Pacific region. At INTTRA, he held the titles regional sales director of Greater China, director of professional services and director of global services.
Yogesh Thanaseelan, Blume Global’s group vice president of product development, joined the company with more than two decades of experience in architecting and building enterprise class software products. Before joining Blume, he spent 17 years in supply chain technology space at Manhattan Associates and has been instrumental in creating multiple products in transportation / warehouse management domain. At Blume Global, he leads the research and development group from India.
Anders Maudal is Blume Global’s vice president of sales for North America. Before joining Blume, he worked for more than 25 years building and leading enterprise sales teams at several global technology companies. Maudal spent 16 years at Oracle, where he had responsibility nationally for Oracle’s enterprise SaaS solutions for supply chain execution and planning, enterprise resource planning and enterprise performance management in several industry verticals.
Lisa Lewis is Blume Global’s Vice President of Customer Success. She has spent over 20 years in the supply chain industry within the software space leading global support teams, while forging strategies for improving customer satisfaction. Prior to coming on board with Blume she focused on building and improving organizational structures for onboarding, ongoing support and learning and development for customers and internal teams at organizations such as Infor. Customer experience is an essential aspect for Blume and key area of focused and continual growth.
Thirumalai Krishnan (TK) is Blume Global’s vice president of professional services. Before joining Blume, he worked for more than 26 years leading enterprise professional services teams at several global technology companies. TK came over from E2open where he was responsible for the Supply Chain Planning practice and prior to that at Blue Yonder/JDA/Manugistics, where he had the responsibility for delivering supply chain planning and execution solutions for several industry verticals.
As Vice President and Controller at Blume Global, Shawn Perry leads the Financial Services Group with the support of the CFO running all the company’s day to day financial functions, including accounting, audit, treasury, and corporate finance. Shawn also oversees the financial services for Blume’s products as well as the facilities activities in our Canton, Ma office. Shawn joined Blume Global originally REZ-1 in 2001 and is one of Blume’s longest tenured employees with over 15 years of service.
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