Raleigh-based consulting and implementation firm Tompkins International announced three additions to its executive leadership team as a direct result of the company’s growth.
Jim Herman has been named chief commercial officer leading all business development initiatives.
Herman has more than 30 years of experience as a sales and marketing executive within the retail, distribution, manufacturing, and supply chain industries with brands and retailers of all sizes to achieve accelerated growth and supply chain optimization.
Gene Tyndall has been named chief strategy officer to lead the strategic development, marketing initiatives, and strategic planning processes.
Tyndall 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 as a supply chain consultant.
Jeffrey Godwin has been named chief technology officer and will oversee the development, procurement, integration, implementation, enhancement, and maintenance of a suite of integrated applications for all of Tompkins’ clients.
Godwin has more than 20 years of supply chain management, distribution, and transportation experience.
“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.