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Innovation, Peak Horse, Transportation, and a Crystal Ball

The supply chain and trucking industry is consistently undergoing disruptions. With the rapid development of new technology, the industry landscape can look entirely different each year, quarter, and month. Meanwhile, consumers are demanding more, and companies are expected to handle the demand influx swiftly and efficiently.

To maintain a competitive edge, companies have to quickly adopt a culture of innovation whether that be technology or new customer-centric products. If you are not creating the industry disruptions, you will more than likely be the one disrupted.

During this lunch and learn, we will discuss how the supply chain and trucking industry needs to respond to innovation and disruption, but also, how it needs to operate and function in 1 year, 3 years, and 5 years.



Matt McLelland

Matt McLeLland

Matt McLelland is a leader in the supply chain innovation sphere. With over 20 years of experience in Information Technology, Matt brings a fresh perspective to problems facing the supply chain industry. Currently, Matt serves as the Innovation Strategist for Covenant Transport, where his team researches products and future trends to ensure a more affordable and safer delivery of products to customers. Before his role at Covenant, Matt served as the Innovation Research Manager for Kenco Innovation Labs providing oversight of various prototypes and automated projects. 

During his IT career, Matt served as the Director of Enterprise Systems for Kenco Group and the Director of Technology for the Maclellan Foundation. 

Matt holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Information Systems for the University of Georgia.