ASCI appoints new president – MHD

The Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI) says it has started 2022 with a new president, Dr Tom Janoshalmi who has replaced Alexandra Riha after she announced her resignation last month.

The institute says it has a “new ambitious vision” with Tom, the former ASCI Vice President, and Board Director now in the lead role and as chairman.

“I am excited to take ASCI to the next chapter, refresh it and develop it further for the benefit of our sector, corporate members, and members,” Tom says.

“Since the pandemic, the way we do business has changed, the supply chain has changed, and businesses are facing more pressures than ever before,” he adds.

“We are fully committed to supporting the sector and creating a recognised Supply Chain profession – enabling individuals to be recognised and registered experts and businesses to build sustainable and profitable supply chains.

“Refreshing what ASCI means to industry and what we provide to our members and industry is essential to professionalise and support the supply chain sector to become more sustainable and resilient for the future while promoting best practice, innovation, and excellence.

“Individuals have valuable professional opportunities to professionally be acknowledged and recognised as experts in their field through registration under ASCI’s professional accreditation scheme.”

ASCI says Tom comes to the organisation with “a wealth of expertise” and a “successful career within the digital supply chain sector.”

Currently, Tom is SVP and General Manager of SAP’s Next Generation Cloud Delivery. He focuses on developing and implementing strategies for high-customer-impact technology adoption to enable supply chain resilience.

He also has a 20-year track record of leading successful digital transformations with Global Fortune 500 companies.

Since joining SAP, Tom has held several executive leadership positions, including Chief Growth Officer at Digital Business Services, Line of Business general management in Asia Pacific and in the Americas.

Prior to joining SAP, Tom was Supply Chain Manager at Freudenberg Automotive.

He has a PhD from Newcastle University in Operations Research and a business degree from Stanford Graduate School of Business. He is also a guest professor at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany.

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