Joseph Payne, Vice President of Professional Services at Source One Management Services, LLC, was recognized in the 2012 edition of Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s Pros to Know as a Provider who offers thought-leadership that is shaping the supply chain industry and advancing it as a respected discipline. Payne will be listed as an awardee in the March issue of the magazine both in print and online.
Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s Pros to Know edition recognizes many exceptional supply chain executives at manufacturing and non-manufacturing enterprises who are leading initiatives to help prepare their companies’ supply chains for the significant challenges ahead. The men and women included in the 2012 Pros to Know exemplify the talent, knowledge, skills, and effort necessary for supply chain leadership. Supply & Demand Chain Executive covers the entire global supply chain, focusing on ROI, professional development, and change management, all in a solutions-based format. It helps readers navigate the complex supply chain world through hard-hitting analysis, viewpoints, and unbiased case studies.
“Joe is a great asset to our company and we congratulate him on this respected honor. His knowledge and dedication to his craft makes him an excellent leader in our organization. He plays an integral role in moving our company into the future and truly deserves this industry recognition,” said Steven Belli, Chief Executive Officer of Source One Management Services, LLC.
Payne, a resident of East Norriton, helps companies reduce costs and manage change. He leads a team of project managers and
analysts, developing insights into the challenges organizations face when undertaking initiatives to reduce costs through strategic sourcing and negotiation best practices. His areas of expertise include strategic sourcing, supplier relationship management, business process reengineering, and financial reporting. Payne has extensive experience helping Fortune 500 companies and large healthcare organizations implement sustainable cost savings programs.
Payne’s previous experience includes process and technology consulting with Accenture. His work at Accenture was focused in the insurance industry, helping companies develop customized IT solutions to integrate systems and make business processes more efficient. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Operations and Information Management from the University of Scranton.
Payne is a co-author of the strategic sourcing book titled: “Managing Indirect Spend: Enhancing Profitability Through Strategic Sourcing,” published by John Wiley & Sons in 2011.