Austin, TX (PRWEB) June 30, 2016
June 29, 2016 – TAKE Supply Chain™, a division of TAKE Solutions, today announced the addition of Steve Rice to the company’s leadership team. As director of product management, Rice will focus on the planning, design, development and delivery of all core TAKE Supply Chain product lines ‒ including the company’s OneSCM® Solution-as-a-Service platform and GeminiSeries® mobile data collection software solutions.
"TAKE Supply Chain has been a pioneer in the supply chain industry for over a decade, delivering both technology innovation and consultative expertise to customers looking to improve their supply chain operations performance,” said Brad Huff, executive vice president and general manager of TAKE Supply Chain. “Steve’s leadership and deep understanding of software development further strengthens our ability to execute on our vision for delivering improvements that are truly meaningful to businesses.”
Rice is a technology veteran and product development strategist with more than 17 years of experience. At TAKE Supply Chain, Rice will develop both short- and long-term product line vision and drive the introduction of new solutions to the market. Prior to joining the company, Steve served in progressive management roles at Dell, Inc. His extensive experience includes delivering enterprise Quote-to-Cash, PLM and Cloud Delivery solutions that solve business problems through the use of technology and business process design. His leadership experience includes agile development, business process design, enterprise IT solutions, ERP and PLM software, and P&L management. A Michael Dell Champion Award recipient, Rice’s career highlights include directing multi-national programs that deliver end-to-end business solutions from concept to IT, development, deployment and business readiness.
“TAKE Supply Chain’s focus on continued software development and a customer-first approach aligned strategically with my core product development values and are a key reason why I’m excited to join the company,” said Steve Rice, director of product management. “Technologies and capabilities such as workflow automation, business intelligence, cloud, order to cash, procure to pay, demand planning, predictive analytics, and IoT are changing how supply chain organizations interact with their customers and partners, and I’m looking forward to driving a next generation of solutions that will help organizations better compete and grow.”