eLogic Hires Manufacturing Leader as Industry Solution Architect
Brad Zorn brings two decades of experience in Manufacturing Operations, Digital Manufacturing, Data & Analytics, & Enterprise Architecture to lead eLogic’s Solution Architecture for its Agile Factory and Resilient Supply Chain Analytics & AI offerings.
eLogic is pleased to announce and welcome Brad Zorn as Industry Solution Architect to further the company’s market leadership in delivering Intelligent Business Solutions for Manufacturers. Brad brings extensive industry, business, and technical experience across Manufacturing Operations, Microsoft and SAP platforms, Data and Analytics, Digital Manufacturing, Enterprise Architecture, and Industry 4.0 Strategy.
“As a leading partner for the Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing, eLogic utilizes the full power of the Microsoft and SAP platforms to deliver best in class industry solutions for our manufacturing customers,” said Kris Shields, President & CEO of eLogic. “Brad brings first-hand, proven experience in transforming manufacturing operations through data, analytics, and digital factory initiatives. In role, Zorn will enhance eLogic’s ability to meet the factory and supply chain modernization and digital transformation needs of our customers.”
Zorn is a proven Data & Analytics leader with nearly two decades of experience designing industry-leading analytics that drive Enterprise and Plant Operational Improvements and enable data-driven decisions. Most recently, Zorn was the Director of Enterprise Architecture for Westinghouse Electric Company. Prior to Westinghouse, Zorn held numerous positions at Kennametal, including Director of Digital Manufacturing & Enterprise Analytics. While there, Zorn helped lead the company’s Smart Factory modernization – a $300MM investment targeted at productivity, efficiency, and quality leadership in their plants, all connected to a new digital customer experience. That included supporting the enterprise SAP migration to Microsoft Azure, cleanup and redesign of SAP master data and Planning/Scheduling functions, integrating production machine data, and layering in real-time feedback loops for both immediate and long-term performance enhancements with Power BI, Power Apps, Azure IoT, Azure Machine Learning, Azure SQL, and Azure Data Lake.
“I am excited to start this new phase of my career and leverage my extensive functional and technical experience to help manufacturers improve the way they do business,” Zorn said. “I care deeply about the success of the manufacturing industry, and to be able to empower the industry with cloud technology and Intelligent Enterprise platforms is a tremendous opportunity.”
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