SCRG Announces New Vice President of Sales, Lisa Barton
ALLEN, Texas. October 22, 2023 – Supply Chain Resource Group (SCRG), a global leader in supply chain as a service (SCaaS), today announced Lisa Barton is joining the company as Vice President of Sales, driving global new sales and business development opportunities.
Before joining SCRG, Lisa was Regional Vice President of Sales at Calero, an international telecommunications firm, where she was responsible for expanding deep partnerships with enterprise customers. During her successful 25-year tenure spanning two continents and selling to several Fortune 100 companies, Lisa became known for her strong commitment to customer satisfaction. Lisa will continue to focus on international business, creating opportunities and relationships around the world.
Lisa graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in journalism and is an advisory board member for its College of Agriculture Leadership, Education and Communications. Lisa was born in the United Kingdom and grew up in San Antonio, Texas. She has a husband and a teenage son.
“Lisa’s extensive experience in business development will be invaluable to us as we continue to grow our business and expand our reach into new markets. We are confident that she will play a key role in helping us achieve our strategic goals”, said Chief Revenue Officer, Pete Mikhjian.
Established in 2008, Supply Chain Resources Group provides global supply chain as a service (SCaaS) to some of the world’s largest tech companies, helping them improve their supply chain and manufacturing performance, optimize their operations, maximize the value of their outsourced manufacturing relationships globally, and introduce new products in a timely manner. Headquartered in Allen, TX, SCRG, designs, optimizes, implements, and manages global supply chains utilizing teams on the ground in China, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Mexico. SCRG’s highly technical manufacturing, supply chain, and operations professionals bring hardware OEMs and brand-owning companies the best chance of manufacturing success without adding fixed internal infrastructure.