SCRG Announces New Chief Revenue Officer, Pete Mikhjian
ALLEN, Texas. October 22, 2023 – Supply Chain Resource Group (SCRG), a global leader in supply chain as a service (SCaaS), today announced that Pete Mikhjian is joining the company as Chief Revenue Officer overseeing the global sales organization.
Mikhjian brings more than 20 years of experience in business development and engineering across diverse manufacturing markets. He will be responsible for driving sales strategy and identifying and developing opportunities in new and existing markets for SCRG.
Prior to joining SCRG, he spent 10 years in business development at global contract manufacturers such as Celestica and Flex, where he sold more than $1B of new business. His customers ranged from Silicon Valley startups to large OEMs across various technology markets (robotics, industrial, energy generation/storage, automotive LIDAR, EV’s). Pete is a trusted advisor to clients, helping them navigate complex challenges and achieve their long-term vision for success. Pete holds an MBA from Wayne State University and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Western Michigan University.
“Pete brings a fresh perspective, a wealth of experience and contagious enthusiasm to SCRG. On behalf of the Board of Directors, we are thrilled to partner with Pete and look forward to building on the recent growth of SCRG, ” said CEO and Board Member, John Broderick.
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.