SGS Maine Pointe names Matthew Lekstutis as CEO

27 July 2023 2 min. read
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SGS Maine Pointe, a global supply chain and operations consulting firm, has appointed Matthew Lekstutis as chief executive officer. He is based in the firm’s Boston headquarters.

Lekstutis brings more than 30 years of leadership experience in strategy, operations, and supply chain, with extensive expertise in building supply chain practices at large consultancies and services firms.

He previously spent nine years at Tata Consultancy Services, where he was global managing partner of the supply chain practice – overseeing P&L, growth, innovation, and client impact. During his time at the IT consulting firm, Lekstutis was responsible for scaling a global practice at the intersection of strategic consulting, digital technology, and agile delivery.

Before that, Lekstutis spent five years at PwC US, where he was a managing director in the aerospace and defense sector (A&D), holding national leadership for program management effectiveness, supply chain risk management, and business performance improvement.

SGS Maine Pointe names Matthew Lekstutis as CEO

Earlier in his career, Lekstutis was national leader of KPMG US’ A&D operations practice and chief operating officer of ZIN Technologies, an A&D contractor.

He was also previously a partner in Kearney’s operations and strategic sourcing practice.

Lekstutis has an MBA from Harvard University and a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Webb Institute.

“Looking forward, supply chain organizations are at a critical crossroads as they tackle emerging challenges and opportunities such as ESG, resilience, and automation,” said Lekstutis. “The team here at SGS Maine Pointe is poised to build on a distinctive foundation to meet these challenges. They have a 20-year history of delivering bottom-line value and providing a client experience that delivers sustainable change. We will continue to do that while elevating our strategic impact.”

Founded in 2004, SGS Maine Pointe provides consulting in areas including operations excellence, supply chain resilience, sourcing optimization and procurement, data analytics, and sustainability. The firm has more than 200 employees across offices in the US, Canada, UK, Switzerland, and China.

SGS Maine Pointe was in 2019 acquired by SGS, a Geneva-based multinational inspection, verification, testing, and certification company.

“SGS Maine Pointe’s capabilities are greatly enhanced through its association with SGS, a multi-billion dollar corporation and the global leader in testing, inspection, and certification,” Lekstutis added. “Through this association, SGS Maine Pointe enjoys compelling new capabilities to draw upon from SGS’s 98,000 people and 2,650 facilities around the globe, to deliver new and innovative services for our clients as they drive quality, sustainability, integrity, and transparency across far-flung and dynamic supply chains.”