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RedPrairie appoint John Pym senior solutions consultant with transport tanagement team

John Pym appointment brings 20 years of logistics expertise to RedPrairie’s EMEA TMS team

RedPrairie Corporation, a leading productivity solutions provider, has appointed John Pym to the role of Senior Solutions Consultant and Industry Director for Transportation Management Solutions (TMS).

John has experience and knowledge of the supply chain sector, gained from over 20-years of working in the logistics industry with companies such as A.P. Moller – Maersk Group and GIST, where his roles covered a number operations – including Marks & Spencer and GlaxoSmithKline contracts, project management and senior management positions. He has also worked in software houses and management consultancies, implementing warehouse and transportation management systems for local and multinational corporations.

At RedPrairie his responsibilities include analysing industry trends and converting them into functional enhancements required to keep the company’s TMS system at the forefront of its market, as well as demonstrating product capabilities to potential clients and speaking at logistics events.

Nick Berry, Executive Director, who heads up the transportation management team at RedPrairie, said: "John will help customers seeking to identify service efficiencies, further cost savings and deliver a competitive advantage through market leading transportation practices."

As a member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport, John further strengthens RedPrairie’s team as it continues to expand and secure new business across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).

John said: "These are exciting and demanding times for manufacturers, distributors and retailers as pressure mounts to combine environmental issues and supply chain efficiencies. I believe my experience will prove of great value to a team that has already achieved considerable success."

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