Philippe CarlierSenior Consultant

Philippe is a seasoned Global Operations Executive with over 35 years experience in IT Manufacturing and Distribution. Back in 2018, he joined Exclusive Networks as VP Global Operations and Transformation. His role was to prepare the Company moving to another level in its Global Supply Chain Organization as well as rolling out a new ERP/CRM Platform WW (Oracle-Netsuite), after a very successful IPO in 2021, Philippe became a Senior Consultant at Relevance Lab Inc. specialized in Supply Chain Optimization and Systems Implementation WW.

In 2015 Philippe joined Westcon-Comstor as Director, Global Supply Chain Services, developing business Services in the Networking, UCC and Security Technologies.. In 2013 Philippe took over the Canadian Operations based in Toronto and Vancouver for Ingram Micro. In 2012 Philippe moved back to USA and oversaw the largest logistics campus in Mira Loma, California. Prior moving to USA, he was the Senior Director in charge of Logistics Strategy in Europe and IM Logistics Services business development. He joined Ingram Micro in 1998 as Operations Director to lead the French DC and subsequently, Customer Service. In 2004 he managed the Belgium DC as well to leverage synergy between the 2 DCs. In 2008 he moved to North America as Regional Process Owner for the IM Global project (SAP Rollout) He was responsible for the global design of WMS (Warehouse Management System).

Prior to Ingram Micro, Philippe worked 11 years for Bull mainly in PC and terminal manufacturing, process engineering and quality assurance for OEM products outsourced in the Far-East. Philippe also worked for 5 years at USRobotics, modem manufacturer, as Director of Operations EMEA. He has a long successful experience in the IT industry, supply chain, manufacturing, engineering, quality ISO & 6-sigma and transportation.

Philippe earned a bachelor in Electronics (1981) and a university degree in Supply Chain Management (1997 ISLI Bordeaux-France), most recently a finances (Activity Based Management) module done at the University of Chicago, where Philippe currently resides (Home Office)


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