SupplyCore, a Rockford-based supply chain management services and technology solutions integrator, announced that Robert (Bob) Saiz has joined the company as Chief Financial Officer.
In his new role, Saiz will oversee all financial activities for SupplyCore and its related entities.
“I am delighted to welcome Bob to the SupplyCore management team,” said Peter Provenzano, President and CEO of SupplyCore. “Bob’s demonstrated experience in building and leading finance teams will be a real asset to our organization. Bob clearly understands how to grow businesses and his background in mergers and acquisitions will serve us well as we look to the future.”
Prior to joining SupplyCore, Saiz served as President and Chief Operating Officer of the Triumph Higher Education Group. After being promoted from Chief Financial Officer, he was responsible for strategic planning, operations, finance, investor relations, legal and compliance, technology, and course development.
Previously, Saiz joined Career Education Corporation (CEC) in 1997 where he held several financial and operational roles. As Chief Financial Officer of the University Group, Saiz led the finance and accounting teams responsible for three operating divisions with combined revenues exceeding $1 billion and serving over 50 thousand students. Saiz also served as Vice President of Acquisitions and Development where he sourced and evaluated business development opportunities domestically and abroad.
Prior to joining CEC, Saiz founded Saiz and Lamb, C.P.A.’s, a firm providing audit, tax, and business advisory services to a variety of corporate and not-for-profit clients. In addition, Saiz worked extensively with charitable trusts and foundations. He graduated in 1991 from the University of Montana with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and earned licensure as a Certified Public Accountant.
Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2017, SupplyCore is a supply chain and technology integrator providing key support to US and foreign agencies domestically and abroad, including at-risk environments. Its core competencies are in global supply chain management and performance-based logistics during times of peace, emergency, conflict, and various challenging or unusual environments. Its supply chain expertise includes procurement, warehousing, logistics, and facility support. SupplyCore’s mission is to sustain and enhance the physical and human capital of our nation and its allies in times of peace and crisis. Visit supplycore.com for more information.