Vienna, Va.—June 26, 2014—Pace Harmon, an optimization and outsourcing advisory firm serving the Fortune 500 and middle market organizations, announced the promotion of Marc Tanowitz—an award-winning firm co-founder and industry veteran—to its partner level. Additionally, Christopher Stacy and Mohit Sehgal were promoted as principals.
“From day one, Pace Harmon focused on serving our clients with our team of leaders who thrive on tackling business challenges and delivering tangible optimization benefits,” said Steve Martin, partner, Pace Harmon. “Marc has been a consistent leader of this charge, and we are honored to have him on our executive team to help guide the firm’s future direction and success.”
As a previous winner of Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s Pros to Know awards, Tanowitz was part of the firm’s original team of co-founders in 2003. Bringing more than 15 years of experience in optimization and outsourcing advisory services, strategic sourcing and supply chain process improvement, his valued guidance helps shape global enterprises’ strategies for improving operations and measurably elevating company performance.
Stacy, who was also previously named a Pro to Know by Supply & Demand Chain Executive, successfully led supply chain, procurement, outsourcing, strategic sourcing and process improvement programs for more than a decade. Bringing a depth of both information technology and supply chain/procurement expertise, Stacy helps organizations establish long-term provider relationships and improve their supply chain operations.
Sehgal brings more than 15 years of experience in advising clients on solving complex supply chain and engineering challenges. Most recently, he led the design, sourcing and implementation of an outsourced supply chain network for a leading telecommunications firm, enabling the rollout of next-generation technology for greater innovation, cost reductions and operational efficiencies.
Tanowitz, Stacy and Sehgal are all based out of Pace Harmon’s headquarters in Vienna, Va.
Pace Harmon’s clients include Fortune 500 and high-growth middle-market companies spanning industries that include telecommunications, life sciences, financial services, manufacturing, technology and energy.