Clint's research covers supply chain management solutions including supply chain planning (SCP), warehouse management systems (WMS), warehouse automation and control systems (WAC), and global trade management systems (GTM). His reports are used by numerous organizations as a comprehensive frame of reference for analyzing the various aspects of the global market. Clint also publishes articles about logistics and logistics technology on the ARC logistics blog, Logistics Viewpoints.
Clint is responsible for researching,
developing, and publishing of studies on supply chain solutions and the business
practices these technologies support. His research includes revenue-based software
market research, software demand trends analysis, end-user business practice
research, and case studies on the application of technology in business. Clint
has been with ARC since the beginning of 2006.
Clint is a graduate from the full-time MBA program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Clint also obtained the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation to obtain a greater understanding of industry market dynamics and the economic and financial context in which companies operate.