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Resilinc was introduced in 2010 as the world’s first big data platform and multi-enterprise network connecting direct raw material suppliers efficiently on a single platform to allow them to quickly provide visibility to their sites, parts and suppliers to many customers without duplicating efforts. This efficient exchange of real time information between customers and their suppliers was called the “LinkedIn” for supply chain. 

Resilinc’s patented risk intelligence and analytics solution greatly simplifies the supply chain risk management journey for customers.

Resilinc was founded by supply chain practitioners and technology experts who believed that best in class supply chain risk management capabilities should be available to any company in the world.  

Today Resilinc is the world’s most extensive repository of deep supply chain intelligence – an information highway that forms the backbone for resilient supply chains worldwide.

With Resilinc, best in class supply chain risk management is achievable for companies of all sizes.

About the founders/CEO:

Bindiya Vakil is CEO and Co-Founder of Resilinc and a recognized thought leader in the area of supply chain risk management from companies like Cisco and Flextronics.

She is credited with bringing SCRM solutions into the mainstream since founding Resilinc in 2010. She holds the patent for evaluating supply chain vulnerability and risk of an enterprise. She is also the founder of the Global Supply Chain Resiliency Council, a non-profit dedicated to advancing the discipline of supply chain risk management. Bindiya is on the Advisory Board of the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics and holds a master’s degree in supply chain management from MIT as well as an MBA in Finance.

Sumit Vakil is one of the world's leading experts in internet data security and holder of several patents in this area. He co-founded Resilinc and is a current member of the Board of Directors and responsible for product and technology vision, direction and delivery. He has held leadership roles in product management and engineering at Fortune 500 companies such as Brocade, Cisco and 3Com., and early stage startups such as Airespace, InternetDevices and VPNet.

Sumit has an MBA from the Wharton School of Business and an MS in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University. He was also appointed a Senior Research Fellow to the Supply Chain Management Center in the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland.

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