SecureSystem today announced that Bruce V. Browne, an experienced logistics professional and U.S. Army veteran, has joined the company as Senior Vice President for Global Business Development.
“Bruce has a deep understanding of logistics operations in both the governmental and private sectors, and how those operations can be supported and augmented by SecureSystem’s unparalleled data and security solution,” said Oliver Toma, SecureSystem CEO. “We are thrilled to welcome Bruce to the team and to put his expertise to work as we deploy our second-generation technology,”
SecureSystem empowers shippers with in-transit visibility into the location, status, and condition of their cargo. We transform standard shipping containers into smart, connected assets using sensors, redundant communication links, and patented personalized access control. A cloud-based Trust Center allows global monitoring and data integration into clients’ information management systems.
Bruce V. Browne
Bruce V. Browne is a seasoned manager with deep experience in the U.S. military, in the federal government, and in working with the intelligence community. Bruce enjoyed a full career in the United States Army in the logistics field, service which culminated in 2002 working in the Office of the Secretary of Defense at the Pentagon. After retiring from the Army, Bruce began a second career as a civil servant and in the private sector, with a continued focus on supply chain and logistics.
Mr. Browne has held several senior-level positions, including multiple assignments in support of contingency operations in South Asia. While working for the Department of Defense, his roles included Senior Logistics Manager, Director of Logistics, Deputy Chief Director of Logistics, and Staff Director and Supervisory Staff Officer. More recently, Bruce worked as a program manager, overseeing the daily operations of a multi-million dollar global logistics contract with sixty personnel. He also ran his own successful business in Southern California.
Mr. Browne earned a Master’s of Science in Human Resource Management in 2001 and a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Management in 1998.
Erica De Vos