Pace Harmon Principal and Industry Veteran Andy Sealock Earns 'Pros to Know' Distinction from Supply & Demand Chain Executive

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Recognizing nearly two decades of individual leadership in delivering successful outsourcing and supply chain results, Supply & Demand Chain Executive has named Andy Sealock—a principal with outsourcing advisory firm Pace Harmon—to its 2010 Provider “Pros to Know” list.

“Andy’s supply chain knowledge and experience are invaluable to our clients—he consistently orchestrates the right mix of people, process, technology and tools to enhance the supply chain for greater returns,” said David Rutchik, partner, Pace Harmon.

Recognizing nearly two decades of individual leadership in delivering successful outsourcing and supply chain results, Supply & Demand Chain Executive has named Andy Sealock—a principal with outsourcing advisory firm Pace Harmon—to its 2010 Provider “Pros to Know” list.

This year’s Provider list recognizes professionals and groups from consultancies, analyst/research firms, service and software providers, and academia, who managed noteworthy supply chain programs or initiatives to help their clients better address the challenges of the recession.

"This year's Provider Pros to Know have shown themselves to be thought-leaders in the Supply Chain industry," said Andrew K. Reese, editor of Supply & Demand Chain Executive. "Highlighting the learnings that the Provider Pros to Know have taken out of the Great Recession provides our readers with a wealth of best practices that they can apply in their own supply chains, as well as insights into how leading organizations are positioning themselves for competitive advantage in the Great Recovery ahead."

With nearly 20 years of experience in leading large, complex outsourcing transactions and strategic sourcing programs, Sealock and his Pace Harmon teams provide Fortune 500 companies a distinct advantage. Sealock has helped more than 25 companies in a variety of industries to generate more than $1B of supply chain efficiencies and savings. His specialties include working with companies to procure new and emerging technologies and forge strategic contracts that protect against unanticipated supply chain threats from ever-evolving technologies.

“Andy’s supply chain knowledge and experience are invaluable to our clients—he consistently orchestrates the right mix of people, process, technology and tools to enhance the supply chain for greater value returns,” said David Rutchik, partner, Pace Harmon. “As our clients rebound from the economy, we’re focused on helping them control their supply chain costs for long-term success, as well as to reassess and improve their vendor relationships, and Andy provides great leadership for these efforts.”

The 2010 Pros to Know recipients were evaluated and chosen by a selection committee comprised of Supply & Demand Chain Executive Editorial and Advisory Board members. The 10th-annual listing of Pros to Know appears in the February/March 2010 issue of Supply & Demand Chain Executive and on http://www.SDCExec.com.

Sealock joins principal Marc Tanowitz as the second Pace Harmon Pros to Know honoree in the past two years. Pace Harmon’s clients include Fortune 500 and select high growth middle-market companies spanning industries such as Telecommunications, Health Care, Financial Services, Manufacturing, Technology, and Energy. For more information about Pace Harmon, please visit http://www.paceharmon.com.

About Supply & Demand Chain Executive
Supply & Demand Chain Executive is the executive's user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation, utilizing hard-hitting analysis, viewpoints and unbiased case studies to steer executives and supply management professionals through the complicated, yet critical, world of supply and demand chain enablement to gain competitive advantage. On the Web at http://www.SDCExec.com.

About Pace Harmon
Pace Harmon is an outsourcing advisory services firm providing guidance on complex outsourcing and strategic sourcing transactions, process optimization, and supplier program management. Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Tysons Corner, Va., Pace Harmon provides pragmatic and insightful advice that helps its client base of Fortune 500 and other large enterprises maximize the benefits achieved from their mission-critical supplier relationships. For more information, please visit http://www.paceharmon.com.

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