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Carl L. Springer, C.P.M. North Canton, OH 44720 330-418-0471 email@example.com http://www.linkedin.com/in/carllspringer/ GLOBAL PROCUREMENT SUPPLY CHAIN PROFESSIONAL Highly motivated professional with 20+ years experience in the areas of procurement, contracts and negotiations, supply chain cost reduction strategies, Six Sigma and Lean process with a spend of $60-80M. Strong strategic planner, problem solver and persuasive leader. Committed to managing projects seamlessly which consistently deliver desired results and contribute to cost savings. Expert in managing multiple commodities. Keen ability to see “the big picture” while staying abreast of business details and tight deadlines. Recognized for consistent success in utilizing the appropriate systems and procedures to streamline corporate operations and enhance profit performance. Specific expertise in the following: Collaborative / Innovative Leader Supply Chain Development and Management Low Cost Country Sourcing Lean Procurement / Six Sigma Green Belt Contracts and Negotiations Metals/Machining/Forming/Fabrication Cost Reduction Castings/Sub-Assembly/Assembly Project Management Ariba/Oracle/MS Office PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Diebold, Incorporated, North Canton, OH 1997 - 2012 $3.1B Global ATM and Financial Equipment OEM, Installation, Service Strategic Sourcing Manager - US 2009 - 2012 Managed development of installation subcontract base for electronic security systems and supported field service materials (wire, tools, uniforms) for ~4000 company technicians, spend ~$60M. Formulated / implemented subcontractor supply chain strategy as part of cross-functional team effort for new business unit during reorganization / centralization / expansion. Created data repository (600 contractors) to evaluate subcontractor capacity, capabilities, footprint, and rates for geographic mapping / gap analysis of service coverage Led business process changes for on-boarding new installation contractors. Process mapped time reduction from 2 weeks to 3 days. Spearheaded centralization on-boarding ~300 contractors Developed line item scope templates as basis of Oracle PO’s and RFP’s, negotiated subcontractor hourly rate pricing agreements. Projected savings of ~$500K. $5 -10M annual increase in company revenue by sourcing and developing national service contactor for new service offering. $500K cost reduction by renegotiating $20M armed guard service contract. $750K annual team savings by leading renegotiations of US supply base payment terms Net 30 to Net 60 improving cash flow by increasing DPO from 36 days to 58 days. Strategic Procurement Manager - Global 1999 - 2009 Managed $60M Service Parts/Repair Contractor/Packaging Portfolio Managed $80M global commodities for steel, fabrications, formed/stamped/cast/machined parts. Member of cross-functional globalization team to select Eastern European plant site. Carl L. Springer, C.P.M. Page 2 Diebold Incorporated (continued) Low cost country sourcing of strategic suppliers in E. Europe, China, Brazil, Mexico and India Coordinated global commodities with local commodity management in Brazil, China, India, Europe. $500K reduction by consolidating suppliers and negotiating service parts pricing agreements. $675K decreases during global implementation of new product/design ATM chests. $425K cost reductions by consolidation and negotiation with European suppliers. $250K savings as project manager for new platform module production start-up in Brazil. $20M team savings as project manager for 30 on-line E-Events with Free Markets (Ariba) Commodity Manager – US 1997 - 1999 Managed $40M portfolio of steel plate/sheet/bar and formed/stamped/cast/machined parts. $250K cost declines by consolidation and negotiation with steel suppliers. $325K reduction by leveraging volumes and consolidation of stamping suppliers. $75K savings by request to engineering for re-tolerance of castings eliminating scrap/rework. Union Camp Corporation, Dover, OH 1996 - 1997 $100M Chemical Products Plant - Division of $4B Union Camp Corporation paper manufacturer Purchasing Agent Managed chemical plant purchasing department with $50M purchases, managed 2 buyers and 1 storeroom clerk. Reorganized department by defining buying roles/responsibilities for improved performance. $600K cost down by consolidation of supply base and negotiating material/supply contracts. $300K reduction by implementing contractor control program for risk/safety management. Manchester Tool Company, Akron, OH 1987 - 1996 $50M Cutting Tool OEM - Division of $2B Federal Signal Corporation in Oakbrook, IL Purchasing Manager Supervised all plant purchasing $25M, department operations and sourcing, supporting R&D/ NPI projects for close tolerance machined parts, complex geometry powdered metal (carbide) inserts and CVD/PVD TiN coatings, precision investment castings, alloy / tool steels, capital expenditures, MRO and services. Managed one each, buyer, scheduler, storeroom clerk. $85K savings by system data development of bar code systems for inventory/receiving functions. $300K reduction as project manager for castings/carbide blank die/mold development to near net shape to eliminate machining / grinding operations. $100K savings from negotiated consignment and VMI stocking programs with carbide OEM’s. EDUCATION AND TRAINING Bachelor of Science (BS) in Industrial Management 1981 Focus in Industrial Accounting The University of Akron, Akron, OH MILITARY EXPERIENCE Ohio Army National Guard, Canton, OH 1971 - 1977 Attained the rank of SP4 with Honorable Discharge th 2nd Squadron 107 Armored Cavalry MOS 45L20 – Artillery Repair
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