Pronto Software has appointed Steven Hafey as Supply Chain Product Manager.
Hafey previously held the position of senior consultant within Pronto’s Professional Services Group.
With this promotion, Hafey will drive the strategic direction, development and go to market strategy of Pronto’s supply chain products.
Hafey has more than 15 years experience in the IT industry, including 13 years at Pronto where he led ERP implementations for major customers such as the Body Shop, National Tiles and Symex Holdings.
Before joining Pronto Software in 1995, he worked in the IT services division of software company Megatech managing ERP roll-outs for clients.
Prior to this, he was part of the computer services division of KPMG, managing both software and hardware implementations, before moving to Australian Consolidated Technologies.
He also worked in the sales division of software company Solution 6 (now part of MYOB).
Hafey originally began his career as a tax accountant in 1981 then moved into IT to be a part of the growing technology industry and work with clients to solve IT problems.
Commenting on his new role, Hafey says Pronto has always been focused on helping customers realise better bottom line performance, operational improvements and stronger trading partner relationships.
“My priority is to continue building relevant, industry-leading supply chain capabilities that will add value to our customers and explore ways to integrate new technology and trends such as RFID and green supply chain principles,” he says.
Pronto Software Managing Director David Jackman says Hafey has a proven track record and a deep understanding of the real-world application of Pronto’s supply chain technology.
“Customers are demanding fully automated, streamlined supply chain processes both internally and with trading partners to achieve competitive advantage,” he says.
“Steven will ensure we continue to innovate and respond to customer needs.”
Hafey holds a Bachelor of Business from Swinburne University of Technology and a Graduate Diploma in Computing from Monash University.
He is also a member of the Australian Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS).