GoExpedi announced today that Dan Andersson, former Executive Vice President of Engineering with PICKUP, has joined the team as Chief Technology Officer.
Dan brings with him over 18 years in the global software and analytics sector, designing and implementing transformative technology solutions to companies across numerous industries. His ability to create tailored solutions and services to enhance how a company utilizes technology will be leveraged to keep GoExpedi at the forefront of software-enabled procurement innovation.
Dan has been involved in several large corporations' e-commerce re-architecture including Target, Barnes & Noble, and most recently IKEA. Commenting on his appointment, Dan said," The disruptive nature of GoExpedi - providing a fully online, rapid delivery platform for critical parts to the energy industry across America - convinced me beyond a doubt that joining the company at this time is the right decision. I look forward to working with a great team to drive even more supply chain innovation and value for our customers."
As the company expands globally, Dan's entrepreneurial spirit and passion for problem-solving will lead GoExpedi's procurement and supply chain model to new, innovative capabilities, meeting rapid expansion and scalability goals. CEO Tim Neal commented, "We continue to push the boundaries of industrial procurement through providing the best possible data-driven solutions and experiences to our customers. Dan will provide pivotal leadership to our technology team as we reach this goal and ensure success as we expand."
GoExpedi provides over 200,000 critical parts and supplies, with complete transparency on price, supplier choice, and availability through their online procurement platform. Their innovative supply chain model has created a business that delivers the right part at the right time, overcoming a fundamental challenge for the industry. Staffed by experts with rig management experience, backed by innovative technology, GoExpedi is able to deliver an incredible service at a lower cost than traditional suppliers.