Inside Logistics

Who’s on the move this week [April 10, 2012]

Who’s hired, who’s moving around in the supply chain sector


April 10, 2012
by MM&D staff

Steve Cochran is the new chief technology officer at healthcare technology and supply chain management solutions company GHX Inc. He has also been named as a member of the Louisville, Colorado-based firm’s executive leadership team. His responsibilities include overseeing ongoing development of GHX Exchange, its related products and services, and the new GHX Implantable Device Supply Chain solution.

Eric Clark

Eric Clark

Mason, Ohio-based Forte has hired a new chief information officer. Eric Clark will be responsible for the overall technology  strategy, implementation leadership, and sales support of Forte’s Smart Warehouse Suite of software. He will also work with the company’s product development group.

LogFire has appointed Jaret Lynch as vice-president of professional services. His role will be to develop and expand the worldwide service capabilities of the Atlanta, Georgia-based software provider, which offers software-as-a-service supply chain solutions to retailers, manufacturers and 3PLs.

Sean Feeney has replaced Kurt Cavano as CEO of TradeCard Inc. Now carrying the title of founder, chairman and chief strategy officer, Canvano will dedicate his time to shaping the New York, New York-based company’s market strategy, and liaising with retailers and trading partners. Feeney will oversee the day-to-day operations of the company, which offers platforms for supply chain collaborations and global trading operations.