Grant Thornton appoints Jonathan Eaton as Supply Chain Management practice leader

By James Henderson
Grant Thornton LLP has named Jonathan Eaton as the firm’s national Supply Chain Management practice leader. Eaton will oversee the delivery of the fi...

Grant Thornton LLP has named Jonathan Eaton as the firm’s national Supply Chain Management practice leader.

Eaton will oversee the delivery of the firm’s supply chain services offerings, including strategy and transformation, integrated demand and supply planning, strategic sourcing and procurement solutions, analytics and visibility solutions, as well as transportation and network optimisation.

Grant Thornton LLP is the U.S. member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd, one of the world’s leading organisations of independent audit, tax and advisory firms. Grant Thornton has revenues in excess of $1.6bn and operates 59 offices.

“Jonathan has a unique ability to help clients define their supply chain strategy in response to changing market conditions and other disruptive forces,” said Mike Ward, National Managing Principal of Business Consulting and Technology for Grant Thornton.

“Furthermore, he understands that each client need is different and that listening is the first step for finding a solution. Grant Thornton is thrilled to have Jonathan lead our outstanding team.”

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Eaton comes to Grant Thornton as a proven leader with more than 20 years of experience counseling clients on rapidly changing business landscapes and developing supply chain strategies that support positive business results.

He has a track record of success transforming supply chains in a variety of industries, such as consumer and industrial products, food and beverage, retail, auto, oil and gas, life sciences, technology and financial services.

Eaton is a member of the University of Tennessee Supply Chain Forum, Michigan State University Supply Chain Management Council, Supply Chain Leaders in Action, the Council of SC Management Professionals and the Grocery Manufacturers Association.

Prior to joining Grant Thornton, he was an Industry Supply Chain partner at Chainalytics LLC.

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