During the last two decades, Phil Ribbins has developed a deep understanding of supply chain planning processes across multiple industries. His passion for improving supply chain performance and helping companies make better decisions led to the founding of Orchestr8.
Phil’s career in supply chain management has included roles as both practitioner and consultant at companies like World Class International, Cable and Wireless, and Arthur Andersen. He earned a Masters of Science in Logistics and Distribution from Cranfield University and a Bachelors of Science with Honors in Economics from Strathclyde University.
Mark Robinson has more than 20 years supply chain management experience both in operations and as a consultant. He has held management positions with Lucas Engineering and Systems, Computer Sciences Corporation and World Class International.
Mark co-wrote the winning submission for the 2002 Supply Chain Council award for Technology Excellence and co-founded Orchestr8 later that same year. He holds a Masters in Manufacturing Management and a Bachelor of Science with Honors in Physics from Aston University.
Raymond Brown has deep expertise in all aspects of production scheduling and inventory management in lean environments, as well as managing teams of supply chain experts providing services to both manufacturing and service companies. He draws on over 25 years experience when managing client relationships and guiding solution and process design. Raymond holds a diploma from the Institute of Operations Management as well as an M.B.A. from Glasgow Caledonian University.
Stuart Watton has nearly 30 years IT experience at diverse companies ranging from very large multinational banks to small start-ups. During the past 15 years he has specialized in developing web based applications using Microsoft technologies but has a broad knowledge of technical issues, both hardware and software based.
European Client Services Manager
Jean-Philippe Malfètes has been a project manager and sales executive in supply chain management for over 25 years, during which time he worked with customer teams to develop, improve and optimise their supply chains. This experience brought him a deep understanding of customers needs and expectations for their supply chains across multiple industries and countries. Jean-Philippe holds a masters of engineering from ENSEEIHT school (part of Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse) as well as a Masters of Business Administration from HEC Paris.