LLamasoft, a leading global supply chain design software provider, has added Jeff Metersky to the company’s leadership team as VP of solutions strategy.
Metersky will have global responsibility for designing comprehensive supply chain design solutions made up of technology, services, support, education and training for future and existing LLamasoft customers. He will also help shape and guide LLamasoft product strategy.
Prior to joining LLamasoft, Metersky was a co-founder of CHAINalytics and leader of its supply chain strategy and sales, inventory and operations planning practices. Throughout his career he has consulted in more than 100 supply chain design and inventory optimization engagements across a variety of industries and geographies, and was part of the team that brought i2’s Supply Chain Strategist to market. He has held positions in industry (GM and IBM), consulting (BENDER Management and CHAINalytics) and with software organizations (ITLS and i2 Technologies). Metersky holds a BS degree in industrial engineering from the University of Illinois and an MBA in materials and logistics management from Michigan State University.
“Jeff Metersky is a well-known supply chain industry expert with a unique comprehension of software design, business consulting and supply chain operations,” said Don Hicks, CEO of LLamasoft. “We are extremely excited that Jeff is now part of the LLamasoft management team, and his contributions will help guide LLamasoft’s software development and solution offerings to new levels of performance and value.”
“I have watched LLamasoft mature and become the market leader in supply chain design throughout the last 10 years by continuously innovating and expanding the solution portfolio and understanding the needs of its customers,” said Metersky. “LLamasoft has a mission to help firms elevate supply chain design from a point-in-time exercise to an ongoing sustainable business process. I am looking forward to helping LLamasoft customers achieve value from our solutions and supporting the continued growth of the company.”