LCP Consulting, a leading specialist in customer-driven supply chain management has appointed Hannah Green as Principal Consultant to its retail team; which has advised most of the top 50 retailers in the UK. Hannah has almost 20 years experience working in the retail sector in both consultancy and in-house positions.
Prior to joining LCP, Hannah spent four years with Marks and Spencer, holding the position of Business Architect General Merchandise. She has also held previous retail consultant positions with SAP UK and JDA UK.
Hannah has a blend of retail and technical skills which will benefit LCP. In particular, her IT, retail and business knowledge in conjunction with project management expertise will assist LCP in building on their process mapping/analysis approach.
Commenting on Hannah’s appointment, John Lockton, Managing Director of LCP Consulting, said:
"LCP Consulting has always been a major player in retail, and the leading companies in the sector continue to turn to our team for supply chain solutions such as Cost-to-Serve®. Hannah’s undoubted technical knowledge of IT solutions and deep understanding of process mapping within the retail space will compliment our already strong capability in this sector.
Hannah Green, Principal at LCP Consulting commented:
"After spending almost 20 years in retail, both working for large technology solution providers and as an end user with companies like Marks and Spencer, I have been given the opportunity to combine my knowledge of both by joining LCP Consulting.
I was attracted by LCP’s academic and research links with Cranfield – and the opportunity of working with academics who have been providing the market with a unique offering for many years."
With over 20 year’s experience, LCP Consulting is a leading specialist in customer-driven supply chain management. The consultancy identifies where supply chains make major contributions to how businesses operate profitably and compete effectively. The consultancy’s fact-based diagnostics pin point exactly where and how to cut costs, enhance operational efficiency and invest for the future.