TMX welcomes former Deloitte exec as new digital supply chain director
APAC business transformation consultancy TMX has appointed former Deloitte executive Matthew Jackson as Director, Digital Supply Chain.
Jackson has over 20 years’ experience working across operations and supply chain in Australia, North America and Europe.
He joins TMX from Deloitte where he was Director of Digital Operations & Industry 4.0. Previously, he has held senior roles at KPMG and Mondelez International.
With his experience in large-scale digital transformation, Jackson will be responsible for spearheading TMX’s new digital supply chain offering.
TMX’s new digital supply chain team will provide an offering that touches on all of the organisation’s established pillars of expertise, as well as its new integrated business planning (IBP) offering.
Travis Erridge, Chief Executive Officer at TMX said Jackson’s appointment comes at a critical time, as organisations across Asia-Pacific start to explore digital transformation in their supply chains.
“We’re thrilled to add such an experienced and dynamic professional to TMX’s growing team,” Erridge said.
“Organisations need to be able to track their supply chains in real-time, from the point of origin, transit, to the distribution centre and to the end-consumer,” he said.
He continued that TMX is seeing more and more clients explore real-time analytics and data for smarter decision-making and maintained that Jackson’s innovative approach and expertise will help our clients achieve this.
According to Matthew Jackson, Director, Digital Supply Chain at TMX, as supply chain issues continue to challenge organisations around the world, visibility and flexibility are more crucial than ever before. As a result, the digital supply chain has never been more important.
“I’m excited to join TMX and head up its digital supply chain offering,” Jackson said.
“As an industry-renowned business transformation consultancy, TMX is well-known for its solutions in supply chain design, implementation and transformation. I look forward to working with the wider team to enrich our customers’ supply chain and operations through digitalisation,” he said.
Jackson will be based in TMX’s head office in Melbourne, with the wider company currently having 170 team members working across the Asia-Pacific region.