VP, Team Manager
15 years at Gartner
35 years industry experience
Roles and Responsibilities
Greg Aimi brings 29 years of business experience within supply chain and technology to his position as Research Director within Gartner Supply Chain. Mr. Aimi researches and analyzes global logistics, transportation, and distribution strategies, best practices, and technologies, including logistics planning and execution, organization structures, performance management, use of logistics outsourcing (3PLs), and global logistics management. He advises clients on the impact that these areas have on company performance and helps align their logistics capabilities with demand-driven transformations. Mr. Aimi was one of the technology pioneers who developed the supply chain execution category of supply chain software, including the integration of transportation, warehousing and order fulfillment across an integrated supply chain network. His work has focused on the optimization and automation of supply chain functions in response to changing execution dynamics.
Greg Aimi's Recent Gartner Activity
Supply Chain Brief: How DSV’s Acquisition of Panalpina Will Impact Global Supply Chains
Use the Hierarchy of Logistics Metrics to Align Logistics Scorecards With Desired Business Results
Achieve a Comprehensive View of Logistics Performance With the Hierarchy of Logistics Metrics
Mr. Aimi joined Gartner following the company's acquisition of AMR Research. Prior to AMR, he was VP of product management at a software company that produced supply chain execution suite software (TMS, WMS, LMS, SCVEM and BI). Mr. Aimi also spent several years as Chief Technology Officer and Software Development Leadership for several software firms delivering products such as supply chain and logistics systems, artificial intelligence query tools, and CAD/CAM drawing systems.
AMR Research, Director of Supply Chain Research, 6 years
RedPrairie Software, VP Product Strategy; Chief Technology Officer, 8 years
B.A., Computer Science, with a minor in Business Management, North Texas University