Leading Business Magazine Recognizes Top Supply and Demand Chain Professionals
Jacksonville, FL; March 10, 2015—ProcureAbilityTM Senior Vice President Marrena Anderson has been named as a 2015 “Pros to Know” award winner by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine.
Anderson spearheads ProcureAbility’s Talent and Recruiting divisions where she develops client partnerships, provides business oversight, and leads operations for recruiting and staffing. Marrena and her team partner with organizations to improve their acquisition of supply chain talent. This award recognizes her commitment to delivering industry-leading talent to build the nation’s top performing supply chain organizations.
“To better align the supply chain function within a company’s broader strategy, today’s procurement organization needs to understand—and share the desire to achieve—the company’s vision and goals,” said Anderson. “Strategies must align with stakeholder priorities. Particularly in this era of globalization, supply chain organizations cannot exist solely as a tactical procurement function. They must be capable of formulating complex sourcing strategies. It is imperative to have the right people and talent in place—at every level of the procurement organization—to strategically manage evolving change.”
Over the past 15 years, SDCE’s annual “Pros to Know” awards recognize supply chain executives leading initiatives to help prepare their companies’ supply chains for the significant challenges of today’s business climate.
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