Fortna names Alan Winegar as vice president, supply chain

Winegar comes to Fortna from JDA Software (formerly RedPrairie), where he was VP of Consulting Services.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
September 04, 2013 - MMH Editorial

Alan Winegar has been named Vice President, Supply Chain Services at Fortna, the global professional services firm that helps companies make distribution a competitive advantage.

Winegar will lead Fortna’s practice that focuses on supply chain execution software for warehouse management, transportation, and labor. The group helps companies determine the strategy and business case for technology investment and select and implement the appropriate solution to achieve the business goals. This is a critical component of Fortna’s integrated model that guarantees results on large supply chain transformation projects.

Winegar comes to Fortna from JDA Software (formerly RedPrairie), where he was VP of Consulting Services. Prior to RedPrairie, Winegar held various positions in services, product development, product management, and operations at Direct Supply, Inc.  Throughout his career, Winegar has a proven track record of building highly successful teams, driving business growth and delivering high levels of client satisfaction.

“I am excited to join the Fortna team. I was drawn to Fortna because they’ve demonstrated supply chain leadership and a commitment to deliver real business results for their clients,” said Winegar. “I am passionate about partnering with our clients to achieve mutually successful outcomes.”

“Fortna’s continued growth in global markets and in the scale and complexity of our projects requires that we expand our focus on supply chain execution systems even further,” said Scott Miner, Group VP, Supply Chain Services at Fortna. “Alan’s leadership and broad industry experience make him the right choice to lead this practice.”



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Josh Bond is an associate editor to Modern. Josh was formerly Modern’s lift truck columnist and contributing editor, has a degree in Journalism from Keene State College and has studied business management at Franklin Pierce. Contact Josh Bond

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