MARLTON, NJ -- Acsis, a leading software solutions provider of products and services for supply chain optimization, visibility and traceability, announced today the appointment of retail and supply chain industry expert, Neil Thall, as the company’s new President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and contributing member of the Board of Directors. Thall brings more than 30 years of experience in the retail industries focused on distribution, technology, forecasting and executive management roles at leading software and service organizations.
"Neil provides a unique combination of supply chain industry expertise, software delivery and exceptional leadership,” said Ken Sawyer, Acsis board director, and managing director and founder of Saints Capital, the private equity investor in Acsis. “His career successes exemplify the goals we have for providing industry-leading solutions. We are thrilled to welcome him to Acsis."
Most recently, Thall was Executive Vice President Strategy for LogFire - a provider of cloud based Warehouse Management software. Prior to joining LogFire, Thall was Chief Executive Officer of Aldata Solution, Inc., the provider of Merchandise Planning and Management software to the Grocery industry located in Europe and the US. It was here that he spearheaded the company's initial entry into the US market and helped secure their first North American customers including Albertsons, Giant Eagle and Trader Joe's.
Prior to joining Aldata, Thall served for five years as Executive Vice President at Manhattan Associates, where he oversaw global operations, including the company's consulting and implementation practices. Mr. Thall has also held senior leadership positions with The Garr Consulting Group and Kurt Salmon Associates (KSA). He has been the CEO of NTA (a division of HNC Software, Inc.), a firm specializing in forecasting consumer demand employing artificial intelligence and has done significant consulting engagements with several retailers as well as SAS Institute.
“Acsis’ product tracking technology is exactly what the market needs to foster the safety of pharmaceuticals, food, and other consumer goods that must be monitored throughout their lifecycle,” Thall said. "I am delighted to be a part of this exciting, dynamic and successful software provider.”