Brian Schultz joined LMI in 2019 knowing he wanted to be part of something bigger. He always viewed LMI as an industry leader in logistics with the right expertise, analytical tools, and techniques to deliver sustainable logistics solutions to federal customers. “I enjoy developing solutions that span the logistics lifecycle to solve real customer challenges,” Brian says. “LMI does that.”
Today, Brian is solving those challenges by leading the research, design, and development efforts for the Holistic Approach to Logistics and Operations (HALO) project. By applying predictive and prescriptive analytics to integrated demand, supply, and organizational data, HALO models and quantifies complex tradeoffs so LMI’s clients can evaluate which actions enable mission success in their often resource-constrained environments. He focuses on requirements traceability relating to compliance, completeness, coverage, and consistency.
As a highly experienced enterprise architect specializing in aligning company business strategies with their supporting solutions, Brian designs and develops the approach for LMI’s Logistics service line in alignment with the company’s overall corporate strategy. This effort includes helping to build a standard development framework for use across the enterprise.
“Because I have a background in logistics and information technology, I can talk intelligently to technical and functional experts as well as stakeholders, applying a holistic approach to create solutions that help our clients achieve their goals,” Brian says. “I have the unique skill to bridge communication across our service lines and understand the role of technology, data analytics, and logistics well enough to uncover and create opportunities that LMI’s solutions can address.”
But what keeps Brian at LMI isn’t just his work as a thought leader, solution architect, panel expert, or mentor. From his first day at LMI, he always felt a sense of belonging. He says, “Sometimes changing companies can be difficult—going from knowing almost everyone to knowing virtually no one—but at LMI, it’s different.” Brian is part of something bigger—a team he can trust and rely on to make real mission impact.
“I enjoy developing solutions that span the logistics lifecycle to solve real customer challenges.”