David Critchley joins SGS Maine Pointe as managing director in Dallas

04 June 2024 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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David Critchley has joined SGS Maine Pointe, a supply chain and operations consulting firm, as managing director of business development for the industrial and consumer products and services sector.

Based in Dallas, Critchley is a consulting executive with three decades of experience in business development, operations and supply chain, and mechanical design and engineering.

He has worked across a range of industries, with a specialization in the consumer and industrial products sector. His previous consulting engagements include working with an oil specialty products firm to redesign their operating model and supply chain for $100 million in savings and helping a telecom firm transform their ordering, provisioning, and installation of services for a 30% improvement of customer delivery time.

Critchley joins SGS Maine Pointe from consulting firm West Monroe, where he spent four years as a business development executive in the consumer and industrial products sector.

David Critchley joins SGS Maine Pointe as managing director in Dallas

Before that, he spent seven years with Accenture, where he was a senior principal in the strategy practice. Critchley was also previously a senior managing consultant at IBM and a director of operational excellence at Coca-Cola.

He began his career as an R&D engineer at Varian Medical Systems before moving on to General Electric, where he was a mechanical design leader in the transportation division and an ERP manager in the energy division.

Critchley has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Utah and is a Six Sigma master black belt.

“Joining SGS Maine Pointe this year gives me a wonderful opportunity to work with an incredible team of seasoned professionals, accustomed to delivering bottom-line results,” said Critchley. “My own background in supply chain and operations, along with the industry expertise of my colleagues and SGS Maine Pointe’s own powerful business strategies for re-invigorating the supply chain, is a great combination and I’m looking forward to delivering powerful results to our clients.”

Joseph Esteves, the recently appointed CEO of SGS Maine Pointe, added, “David takes great pride in developing his team and positioning every team member for success. He will be a tremendous asset to us here at SGS Maine Pointe, and to all of our clients.”