Atlanta, GA (February 3, 2017)—Chainalytics, a global leader in supply chain consulting, analytics and market intelligence, today announced that effective January 1, 2017, it has hired a new vice president of the Packaging Optimization competency and promoted three key employees to vice presidential positions as the firm’s global business continues to grow.
Nancy Matchey, vice president, Packaging Optimization joined the Chainalytics team on December 1, 2016. Matchey will manage the delivery of professional services that provide global solutions to complex packaging challenges across the supply chain. Her previous experience includes program management, product marketing and packaging engineering positions at Anderson Corporation, Kodak and 3M. As a trained packaging engineer with a degree from the University of Wisconsin – Stout and a master’s in business from the University of St. Thomas, she brings a unique set of management skills to lead the Packaging Optimization team.
Recent appointments and promotions include Jonathan Eaton, vice president, Industry Supply Chain;; Ben Yokell, vice president, Integrated Demand & Supply Planning (IDSP); and Neal Solomon, vice president, Business Development & Strategic Alliances.
Jonathan Eaton was appointed vice president of the Industry Supply Chain competency. He joined the Chainalytics team in 2014 as principal in the Integrated Demand & Supply Planning (IDSP) competency and most recently lead the IDSP competency as vice president before this move to the Industry Supply Chain competency.
Ben YoKell was promoted to vice president of the Integrated Demand & Supply Planning (IDSP) competency for North America. He joined the Chainalytics team in 2008 and most recently served as principal, Supply Chain Design and Planning Analytics. Ben, a key architect of Chainalytics’ Demand Planning Intelligence Consortium, will now lead the team in the IDSP competency in North America.
Neal Solomon was promoted to vice president, Business Development & Strategic Alliances across all practice areas and geographies. He joined the Chainalytics’ team in 2005 and has been involved in business development since joining the firm and will now be responsible for the execution of the sales processes, pre-sales consulting and driving business with strategic alliance relationships globally.
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