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Daniel Sperling-Horowitz Info

Daniel Sperling-HorowitzDaniel is the President and co-founder of HD Trade Services (HDTS), a next generation logistics and distribution software provider based in Mountain View, California. 

He is a firm believer that mobile and cloud computing will transform the logistics industry landscape, serving as the frameworks for a truly transparent supply chain.  Daniel and his team are focused on designing elegant, easy to use software that increases productivity and establishes a new standard of visibility in the supply chain.


LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/dwshorowitz
Twitter: https://twitter.com/dwshorowitz   
Email: dan@hdtradeservices.com




Latest Articles

  • 07/02/2013   A Swiss Army Knife For Doing Business With/In China

    23 months ago I was watching Bloomberg TV - on a short list of my favorite channels - when I encountered the fresh perspective of a man named Shaun Rein. Rein, Founder and Managing Director of Shanghi-based China Market Research Group, was brought on the March 2011 show to field questions about bearish outlooks on China from several Western thought leaders including famed hedge fund investor Jim Chanos.

  • 29/01/2013   The Secret To Selling Is Inside The Golden Circle

    Just last week I shared a YouTube link with Nigel, founder of Global Logistics Media. Shortly thereafter, I received a response from Nigel;

  • 18/11/2012   The Intersection of Logistics, eCommerce, and Technology

    This year, e-commerce will account for just 8% of worldwide electronics and general merchandise retail sales. E-commerce as a percentage of total retail sales is projected to grow at 15% annually for the remainder of this decade. As consumers, it’s safe to say we’re just scratching the surface of e-commerce’s relevance. As Logistics Service Providers, how will we respond?

  • 01/09/2012   Easy Does It: Simple Software for the Supply Chain

    Consumerization. It’s more than just a multisyllabic buzzword. It's a paradigm shift with the power to transform our industry, and your company’s trajectory. But what does the term consumerization actually mean, and why should you care?