Cloudleaf Lauds Arrival of Hau Lee on Corporate Advisory Board

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cloudleaf,
Inc.
, an emerging leader in digital supply chain solutions, today
announced the appointment of Professor Hau L. Lee of Stanford
University, to the company’s recently established corporate Board of
Advisors.

Among the industry’s most prominent experts on enterprise operations and
supply chains, Professor Lee is an internationally esteemed academic and
a successful founder of technology companies. He will serve the company
primarily as a strategic business advisor concentrating on
next-generation supply chain and operations applications, with a focus
on creating advanced Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
models, as well as developing new business cases for location, condition
and workflow visibility. Ongoing industry-leading innovation in these
areas will ensure that Cloudleaf extends its lead in IoT
technology and continues to introduce the industry’s most impactful
supply-chain solutions.

Professor Lee is the Thoma Professor of Operations, Information and
Technology at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. His areas of
specialization include global value chain innovations, supply chain
management, global logistics, inventory modeling, and environmental and
social responsibility. He is also the faculty advisor for the Stanford
Institute for Innovations in Developing Economies, and is a co-director
of the Stanford Value Chain Innovation Initiative.

Co-founder of DemandTec, which went public in 2007, he is on the board
and advisory board of several logistics services and supply chain
software companies.

Professor Lee obtained his B.Soc.Sc. degree in Economics and Statistics
from the University of Hong Kong in 1974, his M.Sc. degree in
Operational Research from the London School of Economics in 1975, and
his MS and PhD degrees in Operations Research from the Wharton School of
the University of Pennsylvania in 1983.

“Cloudleaf is bringing the most innovative and powerful technologies in
today’s marketplace to supply-chain and logistics managers,” said
Professor Lee. “I am extremely pleased to play a role in the development
of innovations designed to redefine the digital supply chain for
virtually every industry.”

“Professor Lee is among the world’s foremost experts on supply chains
and logistics, and we are extremely gratified to bring him to the
Cloudleaf Advisory Board,” said Cloudleaf CEO Mahesh Veerina. “As an
internationally recognized industry leader with a vast network of the
most accomplished figures in the sector, Professor Lee brings an
unsurpassed breadth and depth of industry knowledge to our company.”

Professor Lee was instrumental in the development of the Cloudleaf
Visibility Index™, designed to be the industry-standard gauge of
visibility, efficiency and responsiveness for supply chains in every
industry.

The Cloudleaf Visibility Index™ captures real-time product flow data
within and between facilities. Combined with cloud-based solutions to
pull data from the Edge, Cloudleaf has the unrivaled capability to
deliver a 100% visible Supply Chain to its enterprise customers.

About Cloudleaf

Cloudleaf’s mission is to create significant value across the end-to-end
supply chain network by dramatically increasing visibility of product
flow and condition. Customers increase revenues, reduce material losses
and enhance the reliability of operations.

Our supply chain Visibility Platform delivers complete, real-time views
and insights across the eco-system from suppliers through production and
distribution to customers. Using IoT, AI/ML and advanced analytics, our
cloud software creates a digital model of the supply chain and processes
billions of events per second to deliver diagnostic and predictive
insights in real-time for location, condition, utilization and anomaly
detection. Cloudleaf is empowering world leading companies in
pharmaceuticals, food & beverage and advanced manufacturing with
significant ROI and millions in savings.

See https://www.cloudleaf.com/about
for additional company information.

Contacts

Robert Ferri
[email protected]
(415)
575-1589

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