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Datapath Appoint Strategic Procurement Manager

Global visual solutions provider Datapath has hired Brian Tulley as strategic procurement manager.

Tulley brings  extensive experience of technology procurement to the position, having held senior roles at blue chip organisations including General Electric and Rolls Royce.

In his new role, he will work with internal and external partners to secure the long-term availability of key, strategic electronic components; also collaborating with Datapath’s tier one manufacturer partners to monitor fluctuations in materials demand and supplier lead times to minimise the impact of disruption on  customer service levels.

Specific new responsibilities include overseeing strategic procurement for a variety of key electronic commodities including FPGAs, memory chips and circuit boards.

Tony Jones, Datapath director and co-founder, comments: “As part of our ongoing global growth, we’d like to welcome Brian to the Datapath family. Brian has an impressive track record in global procurement and, during a period of considerable pressure on supply lines, we are delighted to add his skillset to the team.”

Tulley adds: “I am delighted to announce my new position with Datapath. Throughout the pro AV industry, they are known as the market leaders in video processing and content management.

“Procurement of technology components has become a very hot topic throughout the AV industry in the past 18 months or so – along with many other business sectors – and I am looking forward to applying my experience at Datapath to ensure our customers continue to experience the high levels of service and minimal lead times for which we are known.”

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