Board of Directors

Mitch Weseley, CEO, 3Gtms

With more than 30 years of experience, Mitch Weseley is widely regarded as the “father of the TMS industry.” He wrote the first TMS, as a developer, in the mid-80s and has led the TMS industry by building systems based on the premise that it is essential to understand what you are trying to solve in order to design a system that will support the business properly. Mr. Weseley has created six successful companies in the technology and logistics industry that have been sold to the likes of McHugh Software (later RedPrairie), Descartes and Oracle.

Early on in his career, Mr. Weseley applied this principal to consolidating LTL to TL with an independent algorithm execution system and then expanding to decision support capabilities to better drive cost savings. As the industry evolved in the late 1990s he focused on systems that prioritized the management of complex global shipments. Today the focus has shifted to providing the right blend of flexibility and ease of use that can handle complex scenarios, while also focusing on achieving cost savings. He is a graduate of Princeton University.

Gene Tyndall, Executive Vice President, Tompkins International

Gene Tyndall is recognized globally for his contributions to the supply chain profession and has served hundreds of client companies, both domestic and international, in improving supply chains, logistics, and transport for profit contribution.

At Tompkins International, he leads the development of services and solutions for global companies that operate supply chains across all Industry segments. He also leads and advises on selected engagements that apply new and innovative services and solutions. Mr. Tyndall was formerly President of Ryder Global Supply Chain Solutions, and Senior Partner/Leader of the Ernst & Young Global Supply Chain Management Consulting Practice. He is a graduate of The Institute for Advanced International Management, holds degrees from the George Washington University and University of Maryland. He was elected “Global Logistics Person of the Year” in 2007 and was honored as “Innovator of the Year” by Information Management in 2001.

Robert R. Auray, Jr

Bob Auray brings expertise in the areas of logistics, finance and information management. He was President/CEO of Genco Marketplace, one of the largest liquidators of retail returns and excess inventory. His experience at Genco included leading the Genco Distribution Services sale to FedEx and leading Genco’s Reverse Logistics business overseeing the successful integration of the ATC acquisition.

Prior to joining Genco, Mr. Auray served as President and CEO for USCO Logistics, driving growth by adding transportation, global logistics and Internet-based supply-chain services. He has held a variety of logistics and management roles, including Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer at ENTEX Information Services, and North American logistics head with American National Can Company. Mr. Auray also served as Chairman of the IWLA board. He is a cum laude graduate of Princeton University and has earned a Master’s Degree in Accounting and an MBA in Accounting and Finance from New York University.

Scott McDonald, Independent Investor

As former President and CEO of Ceres Integrated Technologies, Scott McDonald brings over 25 years of operational and management experience to the 3Gtms board. Prior to Ceres, he served as President of Saint Gobain’s Semiconductor Equipment division where he managed a global network of manufacturing facilities and suppliers. Mr. McDonald holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from SJSU.