Rogers, AR 72758, US
ECOARK IS LEADING THE WAY IN SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
EcoArk is building the first combined product suite focused on over 20 core initiatives on sustainability, Zero Waste and Scarcity. Through a portfolio of interconnected sustainable service offerings, EcoArk has developed the most comprehensive and powerful network of sustainable solutions under a single brand.
Products / Services
Intelleflex provides on-demand, data visibility solutions for the cold supply chain and asset management. Our award winning XC3 Technology® RFID products and ZEST® Data Services platform enable solutions for monitoring the cold supply chain for retail grocers, fresh and frozen food providers and pharmaceutical companies as well as asset tracking, personnel monitoring and other applications. http://www.intelleflex.com
The EcoArk360 technology and system is the only one of its kind currently being utilized in the commodities industry today. This system provides the ability to upload information and photographs with any smart device, allows real time data retrieval, and provides customized reporting.
Eco3D is focused on transitioning your business from 2D technology that’s existed since cave men ruled to a world of digital 3D. We incorporate a variety of 3D technologies to achieve your goals and objectives. What makes us unique is our consultative approach to educating you on how to use these technologies. We also work as your agent to keep you informed on the latest technology trends. http://www.eco3dusa.com
Chief Executive Officer
Mr. May has more than 25 years leading organizations in consumer durables, retail industry, and building products. Mr. May has directed over 30,000 employees, managed budgeting, sales and marketing, logistics, and operations for organizations with excess of $500 billion in annual revenue. Prior to these responsibilities, Mr. May was Chief Executive Officer of Pioneer Plastics, a plastics manufacturer with revenues exceeding $25 million. Mr. May’s has a deep understanding of domestic and international distribution channels encompassing retail sales, wholesale, and Original Equipment Manufacturing. Additionally, Mr. May has led several organizations through start up, survival, growth, and liquidity.
Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Landis is a Certified Public accountant and principal of the accounting firm of Landis & Associates, PLLC in Bentonville, Arkansas. Mr. Landis is licensed Kansas and Arkansas and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Arkansas Society of Certified Public Accountants. Mr. Landis’ offers accounting and finance expertise in the industries of banking/finance and manufacturing. Previously, Mr. Landis served as Chief Financial Officer of banking institutions in Kansas, Arkansas, and Texas, with assets totaling $2 billion. Prior to these positions, Mr. Landis was a manager in the largest CPA firm in Kansas.
Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Weerasinghe is an executive and COO optimizing holistic, integrated change across all areas of operations. He led teams to deliver phenomenal profits, sustainable business growth, and rapid launch of industry- leading new products, services and sales. Prior to EcoArk, Mr. Weerasinghe held a number of roles with Walmart Stores Inc., the worlds largest retailer based in Bentonville, Arkansas, both in Walmart US and Walmart International. At Walmart, he had a career experience that spanned 18 years from store operations, merchandise, logistics, global sourcing and store planning.
Vice President Development
Mr. Bourdon has spent more than six years raising private capital to fund projects in the healthcare, pet and consumer goods industries. During his six years, roughly $85 million dollars was raised for all projects combined. The three projects that Mr. Bourdon has been responsible for still have viable business practices and growth strategies. Mr. Bourdon, before his career change as a private equity specialist was involved in call centers. He was responsible for P&L statements and grew organically new business ranging from $26 million to $120 million for the largest banks, retail and oil card companies. Mr. Bourdon served as the sales and operations VP for the accounts he handled. [email protected]