Bright Minds. Better Methods. Best Outcomes. Chainalytics accelerates fact-based transformation for supply chain leaders around the globe, including 18 of Gartner’s Top 25 supply chains. We bring unparalleled passion to our core purpose: To help leaders realize maximum value from their supply chains. Our combination of top supply chain talent, proven methodologies, and proprietary market intelligence delivers actionable insight and measurable outcomes. With locations across North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific, Chainalytics serves companies globally in a borderless fashion.

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HQAtlanta, US
Size (employees)260 (est)
Chainalytics was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Atlanta, US
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Key People/Management at Chainalytics

Gary Girotti

Gary Girotti

Vice President, Transportation Practice
Chris Caplice

Chris Caplice

Chief Scientist
Tom Blanck

Tom Blanck

Principal and Practice Leader, Packaging Optimization Practice
Steve Ellet

Steve Ellet

Vice President, Supply Chain Design Practice
Mike Eaton

Mike Eaton

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Chainalytics Office Locations

Chainalytics has offices in Atlanta, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Denver and in 5 other locations
Atlanta, US (HQ)
2500 Cumberland Parkway
Crows Nest, AU
133 Alexander St
Tampere, FI
12 Valumallinpolku
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Chainalytics Financials and Metrics

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Chainalytics total Funding

$10 m

Chainalytics latest funding size

$10 m

Time since last funding

7 years ago

Chainalytics investors

Chainalytics's latest funding round in June 2012 was reported to be $10 m. In total, Chainalytics has raised $10 m
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Chainalytics Online and Social Media Presence

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Chainalytics Blogs

After the Rapids: Staking out new claims in truckload transportation markets when the waters calm

Transportation markets are shifting Key indicators for truckload transportation rates show markets are trending back to less extreme conditions, indicating the start of a post-peak scenario. Factors driving this transition include decreased spot rate pressures, lower spot volumes, record equipment o…

Overcoming Ocean Freight Procurement Hurdles in 2019

Many organizations are consistently missing the mark with their transportation spend due to contract rate increases and fluctuating spot rates on ocean freight lanes. The lack of visibility needed to keep your ocean freight management in line with your forecast presents additional challenges for shi…

Increased Demand Forecasting and Production Planning Efficiency for Leading CPG Manufacturer

Chainalytics recently worked with a personal care brand manufacturer to improve its demand forecasting and production planning processes which helped reduce rising backorders, restore customer service levels, and maintain growth. A rapidly expanding consumer goods company recently found itself strug…

Advanced Strategies for Successful Ocean Freight Procurement

When it comes to ocean freight transport, shippers have benefited from almost a decade long “down-cycle” as far as rates are concerned. Over that period of time, shippers were able to secure capacity from a variety of competing carriers at a lower cost. However, bankruptcies, consolidations, and the…

“Free” Shipping is the New Norm for e-Commerce, But at What Cost?

In today’s marketplace, customers expect free shipping, so much so that nearly half of online shoppers claim they will typically back out of a purchase if it fails to qualify for free shipping (47%). In fact, most consumers even expect free delivery for orders under $50. And, while the average shopp…

Strategic Realignment Enabled by Distribution Optimization for Department Store Chain

Realizing the benefits of a continuous engagement, a leading department store chain partners with Chainalytics to strategically realign their distribution network in order to remain competitive in an evolving retail environment. The strategic business challengeAs one of the most rapidly changing ind…
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Chainalytics Company Life and Culture

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Chainalytics Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Chainalytics founded?

    Chainalytics was founded in 2001.

  • Who are Chainalytics key executives?

    Chainalytics's key executives are Gary Girotti, Chris Caplice and Tom Blanck.

  • How many employees does Chainalytics have?

    Chainalytics has 260 employees.

  • Who are Chainalytics competitors?

    Competitors of Chainalytics include AIReS, Freight.Co International and Primary Freight Services.

  • Where is Chainalytics headquarters?

    Chainalytics headquarters is located at 2500 Cumberland Parkway, Atlanta.

  • Where are Chainalytics offices?

    Chainalytics has offices in Atlanta, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Denver and in 5 other locations.

  • How many offices does Chainalytics have?

    Chainalytics has 9 offices.