The rich content focused on innovation, risk and growing technologies, coupled with the incredible attention to detail showed the value SIG places on providing the right experience for delegates.
Jacksonville, Fla. (PRWEB) May 25, 2016
SIG, the premier membership organization for sourcing, procurement and outsourcing executives, today announces that John Sculley, former CEO of Pepsi-Cola and Apple, is joining the SIG Advisory Board. Sculley who is currently Chairman of the Board for PeopleTicker, a company that provides real-time labor rate data and analytics globally, keynoted at the SIG Global Executive Summit in Orlando in April.
“It was such a privilege to interview John,” says Dawn Tiura, SIG President and CEO. “Not only is he insightful and brilliant, but he is also one of the most approachable business icons I’ve ever known. We are delighted that his experience at the Summit was so positive that he wants to contribute to our future growth with his wisdom. His background in consumer products and insatiable curiosity for how Big Data, the Internet of Things and other technologies will impact global businesses going forward will be an amazing asset to our Board and our members.”
Sculley was introduced to SIG by PeopleTicker CEO, Joe Musacchio. PeopleTicker helps Procurement and Human Resources professionals effectively manage their labor spend by providing instant access to salary and contingent labor rates, benchmarks and analysis for hiring permanent and contract workers in any industry worldwide.
Sculley’s term on the SIG Advisory Board will commence this fall. He joins an impressive list of executives from companies such as Microsoft, Honda, Target, Genentech, Bloomberg, IBM, Unicredit, Intermountain Healthcare, Vail Resorts, PwC, Moody’s, UC Health at University of California Office of the President, Russell Investments, U.S. Bank, Allegis Global Solutions, Softtek, Denali Group, JLL, Avasant and EY.
“I was thoroughly impressed by the SIG Summit,” says Sculley. “The rich content focused on innovation, risk and growing technologies, coupled with the incredible attention to detail showed the value SIG places on providing the right experience for delegates. I am looking forward to contributing to the SIG Advisory Board and the growth of the organization.”
SIG, http://www.sig.org is a membership organization that provides thought leadership and networking opportunities to executives in sourcing, procurement and outsourcing from Fortune 500 and Global 1000 companies. It has served these professionals and opened dialogues with their counterparts in finance, HR, marketing and other business functions throughout its 22-year history. SIG is acknowledged by many as a world leader in providing “next” practices, innovation and networking opportunities through its: global and regional events, online webinars and teleconferences, member peer connection services, content-rich website and online Resource Center, which was developed by and for professionals in sourcing and outsourcing. The organization is unique in that it blends practitioners, service providers and advisory firms in a non-commercial environment.