Nolan Transportation Group (NTG), one of the largest and fastest-growing non-asset truckload freight brokerages and providers of third-party logistics services in North America, announces that Brian Work has joined the company as Chief Technology Officer. His appointment reaffirms the strong investment in the company’s proprietary technology platform and digital solutions leveraged by shippers and carriers.
“Brian’s expertise brings immense value to our executive team as we lead the next phase of growth,” says Geoff Kelley, president of NTG. “Brian’s robust expertise and experience in technology and third-party logistics will allow us to align advanced digital strategies with business goals to ensure we are providing ongoing solutions to the evolving needs of shippers and carriers.”
“I couldn’t be more excited to join such a talented team with a proven track record of adaptability and sustained growth,” says Brian Work, chief technology officer of NTG. “I am eager to apply my experience and help the team scale our current brokerage applications as well as accelerate the development of innovative products to better serve the market.”
Leveraging his extensive development background, Brian will focus on further advancing NTG’s proprietary software, which leads in intuitive user experience, freight brokerage processes, robust network infrastructure, and high security for applications and customer and carrier data. Brian arrives from UPS, where he served jointly as CTO and VP of UPS’s FTL and LTL Brokerage, Coyote Logistics, as well as UPS’s asset-based LTL carrier, UPS Freight.
Brian has a diverse technology background that includes application development and infrastructure management across third-party logistics (3PL) technology at one of the world’s largest logistics providers. Brian’s logistics development and support experience include IT systems for warehouse management (WMS); Air, Ocean and Ground Transportation; Order-to-Cash; customs brokerage and customers clearance; back office; enterprise resource planning (ERP); asset-based carriers; truckload (TL) and less-than-truckload (LTL) brokerage; customer visibility; reverse logistics; international; database management; and others.