Hunt Valley, MD – 4/19/2021 – SAI, a Baltimore-based software and consulting firm, today announced that leading supply strategy and operations executive Steve Vielmetti has joined the company as a member of its Advisory Board. Vielmetti will work closely with SAI’s board and leadership team to guide and inform positioning and capabilities of the Acadia product platform to better serve global manufacturing enterprises.
“Acadia has proven to be a key enabler for companies looking to streamline and drive action across their business processes. Steve’s experience in leading and influencing supply chain and business transformation functions at companies like ConAgra Foods, Johnson Controls and Tenneco will help guide our efforts to help our customers fully leverage the power of Acadia,” said Ric Hughes, CEO of SAI.
With more than 25 years of consulting and industry experience, Vielmetti is a seasoned supply chain leader who most recently led global logistics, distribution and trade compliance at Tenneco. He previously led Tenneco’s global business systems teams while helping to shape their integrated supply chain and analytics capabilities. Prior to joining Tenneco, Vielmetti held leadership roles at Johnson Controls, ConAgra Foods, Clorox, and Levi Strauss. He was also with Booz Allen Hamilton (now Pwc Strategy&) focusing on operations and supply chain strategy and transformation.
Vielmetti’s deep industry expertise and extensive network across key product manufacturing and retail industries have helped his clients achieve proven, sustainable improvements in overall P&L performance and product speed-to-market.
“The power of the Acadia platform is its ability to transform static business processes to dynamic ones at a much faster pace of change and improvement compared to traditional methods. Coupled with powerful analytics it engages employees and supports their adoption of One Best Way processes. I am excited to be part of the SAI team and helping them accelerate change in industry leading organizations” said Vielmetti.