SGS Maine Pointe adds managing director Lee Cocis

30 November 2022 Consulting.us 2 min. read
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SGS Maine Pointe, a supply chain and operations consultancy, has welcomed Lee Cocis as a managing director in its power, utilities, and renewables sector. 

In his new role, Cocis will lead the digital supply chain and operations practice within the sector.

He brings more than 25 years of experience specializing in business operations and technology enterprise transformation programs for energy and utilities clients. Cocis has led numerous engagements for clients including Fortune 500s that have delivered significant improvements in Ebitda, cash, revenue growth, and customer experience.

“We are thrilled to have Lee join our power, utilities, and renewables team,” said Steve Ottley, senior managing director and head of chemicals and energy at SGS Maine Pointe. “As we see more companies shifting towards renewables and making infrastructure investments to facilitate a path to net-zero, we are seeing more opportunities in this area. I am confident that Lee’s deep experience in transformation programs will help our clients on this journey while delivering stellar bottom-line results.”

SGS Maine Pointe adds managing director Lee Cocis

Cocis joins SGS Maine Pointe from operations consultancy Proudfoot, where he was an EVP and partner advising clients in the energy and utilities and TMT sectors.

Before that, he was a senior director and global cloud leader at Nokia and VP and global head of managed services and IIoT at KPIT, an automotive software firm.

Earlier in his career, Cocis was a senior solutions director in Unisys’ managed services practice and a director of business development at Deloitte US.

He has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

“Joining SGS Maine Pointe is an outstanding opportunity for me to continue serving clients in power, utilities and renewables,” Cocis said. “I see tremendous opportunities here, and truly appreciate SGS Maine Pointe’s focus on transformation and digitization and delivering consistent results to clients.”

Headquartered in Boston, SGS Maine Pointe advises on supply chain optimization and risk management, operational excellence, data analytics, and mergers and acquisitions, among other areas. The firm has more than 200 people across offices in the US, Canada, UK, Switzerland, and China.

SGS Maine Pointe recently added Dan Ginsberg as a managing director in New York.