Neal Solomon is a Vice President of Business Development and Strategic Alliances at Chainalytics. Neal brings over 25 years of supply chain experience to our clients. His focus has been in developing business, enhancing client relationships and managing our strategic alliances since joining Chainalytics over twelve years ago.
Prior to joining Chainalytics, Neal served as vice president of strategic alliances at Siemens where he was responsible for generating strategic alliance and channel partner revenue. Other executive roles include serving as vice president of international business development at NetVendor Inc., a leading provider of software solutions for real-time visibility and control of manufacturing operations, and director of consulting alliances at i2 Technologies. In his role at i2, Neal worked with leading Big 5 consulting partners and developed the alliance program with top US Tier II consulting firms. Neal also served as a manager on the supply chain solutions team of Ernst & Young LLP, where he was responsible for the management and detailed analysis of supply chain network strategy projects across a broad range of clients and industries. Neal also worked as an inventory control manager for Black & Decker.
Prior to Black & Decker, Neal was a senior consultant in Andersen Consulting’s Logistics Strategy Practice where he focused on logistics productivity and network design projects. He has a bachelor’s degree in Business from Clarkson University and a master’s of science in business logistics from The Pennsylvania State University.