The complexity of offshore wind projects requires the close coordination of many participants. They each serve particular needs and approach their mission with the unique tools of their trade. Specialization, however, can encumber collaboration when information systems cannot easily share information, and slow and inaccurate data can create costly inefficiencies and slow down supply chains.
Presenter: Kevin Speers
Kevin Speers is the CEO and Co-founder of Splice, a software company that enables the automation and integration of logistics processes. Its eponymous platform drives efficiency and scalability by sharing data between otherwise incompatible systems and applications.
Kevin has over 20 years of experience in marketing and strategy. He led communications and marketing departments at global container shipping companies Maersk and CMA CGM. He also guided marketing, public relations and IT at T. Parker Host, a ship agency and marine terminal operator. Kevin started the logistics practice at Avascent, a management consultancy in Washington, DC, and for corporations and financial investors, he has produced a broad portfolio of consulting solutions including investment, M&A, market entry, and technology assessments. He began his career in finance at Procter and Gamble.
Kevin holds a master’s degree in international business from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree from Miami University (Ohio). He has studied in Paris and lived in Germany, and outside of work, you can find him biking, kayaking or hiking with his family and friends.