Kinaxis® (TSX:KXS), provider of RapidResponse®, delivering cloud-based SCM and S&OP applications today announced the appointment of Mr. Angel Mendez to its Board of Directors.
Mendez brings over 30 years of management expertise with some of the world’s leading companies. Most recently, Mendez served as SVP-Cisco Transformation, leading the Accelerated Cisco Transformation Program, a multiyear effort that reinvented Cisco's business model and enabled significant increases in growth and shareholder value. Prior to this role, Mendez led Cisco's Customer Value Chain Management organization, responsible for corporate quality assurance, demand management, new product introduction, strategic sourcing, manufacturing, logistics, and customer service.
“We are pleased to welcome Angel to the Kinaxis Board of Directors,” said Douglas Colbeth, Kinaxis Chairman of the Board. “Angel brings a strong background with technology companies and extensive experience in supply chain management, across a variety of roles, with some of the world’s largest organizations. The board and I look forward to leveraging Angel’s experience and deep understanding of supply chain management, as we work to deliver continued growth and further enhance shareholder value.”
“I am excited to join the Kinaxis Board,” said Angel Mendez. “Being in supply chain, I have witnessed Kinaxis’ evolution into a well-recognized leader, and I have a direct understanding of their unique value proposition. I am very pleased to have the opportunity to contribute to the company’s strong track record of success and its multi-faceted growth and expansion strategies across several industry verticals.”
“Angel will be a valuable asset not only to our Board of Directors, but the Kinaxis executive team as well,” said John Sicard, Kinaxis President and CEO. “We look forward to working together to maintain and enhance Kinaxis’ position as an innovative supply chain solutions leader.”
Prior to Cisco, Mendez served as SVP of Global Operations for Palm, where he led the company’s operational turnaround. Mendez began his career at GE, serving 11 years in increasingly responsible assignments. Following GE he served in senior executive roles at AlliedSignal, Citigroup, and Gateway, Inc. A frequent advisor and mentor to technology start-ups, Mendez is a member of the Executive Advisory Board of SCM World, as well as The Supply Chain Management Institute at the University of San Diego.
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