Introducing the new SVP and General Manager of INTTRA

Hello! I thought I would take a moment to introduce myself and share some exciting news. My name is Santosh Nanda, the new SVP and General Manager of INTTRA. As you may have heard, and the acquisition of INTTRA by E2open has been completed, and I would like to personally welcome you to the E2open Family.

You may not be familiar with E2open. E2open is a leading provider of cloud-based software solutions for managing complex, global, multi-tier supply chains. Powered by the world’s largest direct business network and a broad portfolio of intelligent applications, E2open helps over 250 of the largest BCOs better manage their supply chain operations. E2open has over 1600 employees and is headquartered in Austin, TX with offices around the world.

The combination of E2open and INTTRA brings together two industry leaders unlocking value for our customers. Together, we have the largest ocean shipping network and largest BCO supply chain network providing powerful benefits including:

  • Real-time end-to-end visibility with the ability to monitor and react to changing global needs
  • More efficient ocean shipping with the integration of procurement, manufacturing and distribution
  • Better logistics capacity utilization with enhanced visibility into manufacturing forecasts and future shipping needs.

INTTRA will operate as a stand-alone business unit within E2open. John Fay, INTTRA’s former CEO, will be advising me during the transition period. We plan to invest significantly in the great INTTRA platform built over the past 18 years. We value our customers and their continued feedback and are committed to collaborating with you to learn what investments to make.

A bit more about me – prior to joining INTTRA, I spent 3 years as E2open’s SVP, Product Development, and prior to that 19 years at Sabre.

I look forward to meeting you. Stay tuned for more updates around mid-January as E2open and INTTRA engage in discussions to shape our exciting new organization. Together, E2open and INTTRA are building the future of logistics.