The Flexe Story with Dave Glick
Dave Glick and Joe Lynch discuss the Flexe story. Dave is the Chief Technology Officer at Flexe, a market place for matching shippers who need fulfillment or distribution capacity with 3PLs who have existing capacity in their existing warehouses.
About Dave Glick
As CTO, David is responsible for the design and development of the Flexe Logistics Platform. Before Flexe, David spent nearly 20 years at Amazon, including five years as the VP of Fulfillment Technology, where he oversaw the development and functionality of the technology within Amazon’s fulfillment centers, as well as the technology for Amazon’s transportation systems for two of those years. Dave earned a Bachelor of Physics from the University of Michigan, and a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Flexe solves the hardest omnichannel logistics problems for the world’s largest retailers and brands. Integrating technology, open logistics networks, and elastic economic models allows Flexe customers to move fast, at scale, and with precision. Founded in 2013 and headquartered in Seattle, Flexe brings deep logistics expertise and enterprise-grade technology to deliver innovative eCommerce fulfillment, retail distribution, same-day delivery, and network capacity programs to the Fortune 500.
Key Takeaways: The Flexe Story
- Dave Glick is the CTO of Flexe a company that is at the The intersection of logistics and technology
- In the podcast interview, Dave describes his career at Amazon where he rose to the role of Vice President of Amazon Fulfillment Technologies.
- Dave also shared Flexe’s innovative service offering and it rapid growth within the 3rd Party Logistics space.
- Flexe is a warehousing company that connects organizations in need of additional space to organizations with extra space. The company’s cloud-based platform powers unified warehouse sourcing and set up, while also streamlining material handling operations. It reinvents warehousing and fulfillment to optimize the global delivery of goods.