Hitendra Chaturvedi

Hitendra Chaturvedi spent over 30 years in progressive technology leadership positions with Microsoft, Newgistics, E&Y e-Business and A.T. Kearney. Hitendra also built a $100 million software company in India, GreenDust, where he implemented proprietary reverse logistics software at Amazon, Flipkart (Walmart), Samsung, Panasonic and Whirlpool.

A computer engineer with a master’s degree from Louisiana State University and an MBA from Southern Methodist University, Hitendra has been widely covered in the media and is a subject matter expert on global supply chain strategy, sustainability in supply chain, reverse logistics, e-commerce, artificial intelligence and machine learning. Now a professor at Arizona State University, Hitendra has been a visiting professor at Southern Methodist University, The University of Texas at Dallas, Penn State and Purdue.

aerial view of freighter loaded with cargo

Supply chain disruptions resulting from the coronavirus have brought countless international corporations low. Hitendra Chaturvedi, a professor of supply chain management, discusses what may come from these significant disruptions. The coronavirus has disrupted U.S. companies in many ways, and nearly three-fourths of them have seen their supply chain significantly affected. While China has begun slowly reopening as the number of coronavirus cases there...

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