Thomas E. Keane

Principal at New Harbor Consultants

One Concord Farms 490 Virginia Road, Concord, Massachusetts, United States
New Harbor Consultants
HQ Phone:
(978) 610-6490
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Last Updated 8/15/2017

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Employment History

Principal and Chief Information Officer  - Tableau Software Inc

Principal and Chief Information Officer  - DMNews


BS with Distinction  - Cornell University

Master of Engineering in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering  - Cornell University


Member  - Council of Logistics Management

Chief Information Officer  - Norbridge Inc

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Inland Ports: On Track for Growth - New Harbor Consultants

by Thomas Keane | Aug 5, 2016 | Briefs, Consumer & Retail, Industrial & Distribution, Supply Chain Management, Transportation & Logistics
Tom Keane is a Principal at New Harbor Consultants, a management consulting firm located near Boston. He helps clients translate their vision into practical results through fact-based analysis and clearly conveyed insight. Tom brings 25 years of experience across a range of industries, including transportation, logistics, pharmaceuticals, and manufacturing.

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Thomas E. Keane

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Thomas E. Keane - New Harbor Consultants

Thomas E. Keane
Principal Mr. Keane is a Principal at New Harbor Consultants. He is an analysis and data visualization expert who uses data-driven insights and business modeling to evaluate strategic alternatives, clarify performance, and uncover revenue enhancement and cost reduction opportunities for clients. He had more than 25 years of experience, across a range of industries, from CPG and food manufacturers to pharmaceutical companies, and from financial services companies to transportation and logistics service providers and commercial real estate. Prior to working with New Harbor, Tom was a Principal for Norbridge (formerly, CFGW) and served as Norbridge's CIO. He began his career with Cleveland Consulting Associates, and worked both domestically and in their London office. He also worked for Mercer Management Consulting. Tom was a co-author of "Back on track - Better days ahead for rail, intermodal," a Trade Forecast and industry outlook published in December 2009 by American Shipper magazine. This piece predicted the increasing role of regional intermodalism, particularly in the East. He also coauthored a paper he presented at the Winter Simulation Conference: "Evaluating Strategies to Improve Railroad Performance - A System Dynamics Approach." Tom attended Cornell University, where he received a BS with Distinction in civil and environmental engineering, and, as a Lester B. Knight Scholar, a Master of Engineering in operations research and industrial engineering, and an MBA.

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