GoExpedi, an innovative e-commerce, supply chain and analytics company that is reinventing procurement for industrial and energy maintenance, repair and operations, has named Noel Connolly as senior vice president of digital strategy.
Connolly is a highly strategic and results-driven professional with 25 years of comprehensive domestic and global expertise with companies like National Oilwell Varco (NOV), where he led as CIO, global SVP of supply chain management and oversaw all sales and operations functions in Latin America during his tenure. Most recently, Connolly was DistributionNOW’s global head of strategy and digitalization, where he created and led its DigitalNOW initiative and was responsible for worldwide company digital strategy, technology deployment, customer engagement, organizational change management and business transformation.
“We are thrilled to have Noel at the helm of our strategic digital operations and state-of-the-art supply chain model for the energy sector,” Tim Neal, GoExpedi’s CEO, said. “Adding him to our team will help us to further raise the bar in the digital transformation for oil and gas as we look to generate and uncover new advanced customer-centric value solutions for our rapidly expanding platform.”
Responsible for the creation, evolution, and execution of GoExpedi’s digital strategy, Connolly will combine his broad expertise in information services, supply chain management, sales and operations, and most importantly, digitalization, to support GoExpedi’s rapid growth across the company’s key global markets.
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