“The addition of a highly-skilled technology strategist brings a new dynamic to our mission-critical service parts logistics solution,” said Michael Katz, CEO. “Robert’s impressive credentials will significantly advance Choice’s ability to proactively refine our technology processes to better manage and deliver solutions that will help clients reduce operational expense. Innovative technology is key to our success and Robert’s leadership will be vital in achieving positive results for current initiatives and future enhancements.”
Robert’s information technology background spans a variety of industries with a focus on supply chain management. Most recently, he was vice president of information technology for FAO Schwarz. He also led initiatives with enterprise class clients such as Best Buy, Abbott Labs, Verizon and Rite Aid, as well as owned and operated an IT consultancy for more than two decades.
Robert earned a Bachelor of Science in computer science and mathematics from Queens College.
About Choice Logistics
Choice Logistics provides highly customized third-party mission-critical service parts logistics solutions that meet the unique challenges of global high-tech OEMs and service organizations. With 400+ strategic stocking locations (SSLs) around the world, Choice offers 24/7 same-day solutions, and other value-added support options, for improved strategic inventory management. Choice’s focused insight and expertise delivers a competitive advantage while keeping costs low and performance high. Companies including Avaya, Cisco, Dell, EMC, Fujitsu and Hitachi Data Systems trust Choice as their service parts logistics partner.
To learn more about Choice Logistics, visit www.choicelogistics.com; call (800) 593-2108, or e-mail [email protected]