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Moe Trebuchon possesses more than 25 years of supply chain, strategy, and operational consulting experience having served as a Partner in the IBM Global Business Services and PwC Consulting practices. During his time with these firms he has served multiple North America leadership roles including Retail Industry Leader, Business Analytics & Optimization Service Line Leader, and Supply Chain Service Line Leader.
During his career Moe’s primary focus has been on assisting clients achieve impactful business transformation via development of strategies, operational designs, leverage of information technology and organizational change adoption. In particular, he is considered a subject matter leader in the application of Demand Forecasting, Replenishment, WMS, TMS, Order Management and Omni-Channel technology to the order fulfillment and delivery process having led a broad base of clients through complex technology enabled change programs. During his career he has delivered numerous presentations at conferences and educational forums addressing a broad array of topics spanning supply chain, enterprise transformation, business analytics, benefits realization, and change adoption.
Some of Moe’s specific clients served include Walmart, The Home Depot, Macy’s, Belk, LL Bean, Kroger, Lowe’s, Costco, JC Penney’s, Kohl’s Department Stores, The Children’s Place, Stage Stores, AT&T Mobility, The Limited, and American Eagle Outfitters.
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