Tom House becomes CTO of Noble Supply & Logistics
Tom Noble, CEO of Noble Supply & Logistics, announced Thursday, July 15th, that Tom House has been appointed Noble's Chief Technology Officer. House is a senior technology executive with over 20 years of eCommerce and technology leadership experience. He brings a wealth of knowledge to Noble's Technology Division and will lead the development of the B2G procurement experience for Noble's federal industry customer base and supplier brands.
Noble's Tech Division includes IT, eCommerce, fulfillment technology, and product development - capabilities contributing to Noble's position as a federal industry leader. Noble combines technical expertise and best-in-class technology with mission knowledge to continuously increase efficiency and optimize supply chain operations.
Noble's technology professionals design procurement solutions specifically for the US government, integrating government contract vehicles, a supply chain of over 11,000 manufacturers, one million products, and extensive sourcing capabilities. In addition, they customize e-commerce solutions to streamline the purchasing process for customers while ensuring built-in compliance and security.
Tom House comes to Noble from Rue Gilt Groupe, the premier off-price eCommerce portfolio company, where he served as SVP of Engineering. While there, he led web and mobile development for the company and implemented warehouse robotic technology to optimize fulfillment capabilities. His prior experience includes serving as CTO for Emerson Ecologics, Head of Software Engineering for Vistaprint, and Sr. Director of eCommerce Engineering for Staples.
ABOUT NOBLE SUPPLY & LOGISTICS
Noble is a provider of supply chain management, logistics, mission support, and technology solutions for the US military, federal, state, and local governments, operating globally under multiple DLA TLS Prime Vendor contracts. Noble's global footprint includes operation centers, distribution centers, and consolidation points positioned to expedite delivery and enhance product availability. A distributor of 11,000 manufacturers, Noble stocks over one million items in warehouses throughout the continental United States and abroad. Noble reduces the cost of readiness while responding rapidly to customers' challenges.