A game-changer for the supply chain
Lumachain disrupts traditional enterprise supply chains that suffer from a lack of transparency, safety and trust. They are complicated, convoluted and ripe for error and fraud.
Lumachain changes the game. We harness the potential of blockchain to
create a seamless end-to-end system that tracks individual items in real time. This gives complete visibility while creating a permanent, incorruptible record of the product, from manufacture to sale, and paddock to plate.
For the first time, producers will have transparency and consumers will have certainty they can trust.
CEO & Founder Lumachain
Jamila Gordon is a global technology executive who has built her career around transforming enterprise IT environments, including supply chains. She is a former Group Chief Information Officer of Qantas Airways and Leighton Holdings/CIMIC. She has helped IPO two tech startups in the last two years.
Prior to taking the Qantas CIO role, Jamila was a former IBM executive who ran some of IBM’s largest global IT transformation deals, including transforming Solectron’s global supply chain (Solectron has since been bought by Flextronics, to form the world’s largest contract manufacturer). She also implemented Qantas’ intelligent luggage tracking system and aircraft spare parts tracking system, creating absolute trust and transparency.
A recipient of La Trobe University’s Distinguished Alumni Award, she served on the university’s board for five years.
Jamila’s key strengths include drive, resilience and a deep understanding of both technology and business. She has the ability to quickly win the trust of customers and teams, and then deliver results, fast.
Jamila recently won the 2018 International Women Entrepreneurial Challenge Award, which was presented in Shanghai. IWEC is a New-York-based non-for-profit that develops and connects a global network of successful women business owners.
Chief Product Officer
Tony White is a supply chain and procurement executive with over twenty years’ direct experience as a specialist in this field. Roles have included, Head of Procurement/Supply Chain at Qantas Airways, Leighton Holdings and Carter Holt Harvey. Prior to this, he spent nine years in AT Kearney’s operations practice where he led numerous procurement and supply chain improvement engagements.
Since 2015, he has been an independent advisor for diverse supply chain and procurement engagements across the following industries: airlines, mining, warehousing and distribution, media, healthcare, power, banking and agribusiness. These engagements have included supply chain and procurement opportunity assessments that have led to significant process improvements and cost reduction.
Tony is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Procurement and Supply, the leading global professional body in this area. He holds degrees in Engineering and Marketing.
Key strengths include drive, resilience and deep domain knowledge together with an outstanding delivery track record in business transformation, project management and change management. These capabilities and his exceptional stakeholder management skills have allowed him to consistently deliver successful, sustainable outcomes in complex environments.