ANN ARBOR, Mich. (March 11, 2014) — LLamasoft, Inc., the global leader in supply chain design software solutions, today announced that Alejandro Nieto has joined the company’s leadership team as senior vice president of international sales. Nieto has responsibility for sales of LLamasoft solutions internationally, including Latin America, EMEA and APAC regions.
Nieto brings to LLamasoft over 20 years of experience executing and leading complex sales of business solutions and managing value creation initiatives in global markets. Prior to LLamasoft Nieto held executive sales and operations positions at JDA, Infor, EXE Technologies and Prologis Trust where he gained experience in global sales and business development, business consulting and corporate planning. He is a current fellow and advisory board member of the Tower Center of International Studies at Southern Methodist University as well as advisory board member at the Monfort College of Business at the University of Northern Colorado.
“Alejandro is a well-respected supply chain software sales executive with a proven ability to lead and develop and implement strategies that will support LLamasoft’s continued international growth,” said Toby Brzoznowski, executive vice president and co-founder of LLamasoft.
“I am very pleased to join LLamasoft,” said Nieto. “With a reputation for exceptional supply chain design technology and expertise and a strong and growing customer base, LLamasoft is positioned for strong global growth.”
About LLamasoft, Inc.
LLamasoft supply chain design software helps organizations worldwide design and improve their supply chain operations. LLamasoft software solutions enable companies across a wide range of industries to model, optimize and simulate their supply chain network, leading to major improvements in cost, service, sustainability and risk mitigation. Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan, LLamasoft is a leader in supply chain excellence and innovation, advancing technology focused on continuous improvement of enterprise supply chains for the world’s largest organizations.