William O’Brien Joins Sedlak as President

May 6, 2013 Topics: Announcements, News

The Sedlak executive management team is pleased to announce the addition of William O'Brien as president effective June 3, 2013. Mr. O'Brien will oversee the day-to-day management and operations of Sedlak and help craft the strategic vision for the growth and development of the company. 

Jeff Graves, Ned Sedlak, and Patrick Sedlak stated, “We welcome William's experience and leadership to Sedlak. Because of his extensive background with supply chain technology and consultancy management, William is the ideal individual to lead Sedlak into our next phase of client centered growth.” 

Mr. O'Brien brings 25 years of supply chain management and retail experience to Sedlak. Most recently he was vice president, supply chain development at Lowe's Home Improvement where he led the supply chain strategy and development efforts that supported Lowe's growth from $35 billion to over $50 billion. Prior to Lowe's, Mr. O'Brien was a principal in CSC Consulting's National Supply Chain practice (formerly Cleveland Consulting Associates) where he focused on supply chain engagements with retailers, foodservice distributors, and consumer packaged goods manufacturers. Mr. O'Brien received a bachelor's degree from the University of Tulsa and an MBA from Loyola University – Chicago. 

Sedlak Management Consultants, Inc. (Sedlak) – Leading supply chain and distribution consulting firm. Global. Independent. Privately-held. Focused on driving supply chain benefits and cost savings to clients. Provides a full range of consulting, design and systems integration services, including: strategy development, network optimization, facility design, workforce optimization, productivity improvement, and information systems and material handling selection and implementation.

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