Prological Consulting bolsters team with new recruit


Prological Consulting has announced the appointment of a new Analyst, as the leading supply chain consultancy bolsters its capabilities and team after a record year of growth.

A graduate from University of Wollongong, Alexander Cetinski majored in Supply Chain Management and Marketing and has held a number of analytical roles in leading marketing agencies across Australia.

Alexander also has previous experience in software development and joins the Prological team from a leading education technology provider.

Commenting on his appointment, Peter Jones, Founder and Managing Director at Prological Consulting says: “Alexander is a great addition to the Prological team. At a time when our clients have a growing need to access and analyse more data than ever before, Alexander brings unique skills and insight to supply chain operations. Last year was a record year of growth for Prological, and we’re excited to grow our team to continue serving our clients with innovative solutions that drive results.”

Alexander Cetinski, Analyst at Prological Consulting says: “I’m delighted to join Prological Consulting at such an exciting period of growth. I’m passionate about Supply Chain Management and look forward to working with Prological’s broad client base to make recommendations that have material impacts on their operations and therefore the Australian business landscape.”

Established more than 10 years ago, Prological Consulting designs and implements supply chain, energy and business strategy solutions across all key industries in Australia and New Zealand. The leading consultancy was recently shortlisted in the 60th Australian Supply Chain & Logistics Awards (ASCA) organised by the Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) in the Supply Chain Management Award category.

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