Wesupply appoints Keith Deane as CEO

Wesupply, provider of business-to-business supply chain solutions, has appointed Keith Deane as Chief Executive Officer. Keith brings more than 30 years of IT industry leadership and experience to Wesupply. 

In his most recent role, Keith was President, EMEA at Infor where he was instrumental in growing revenues from the region from $200m to around $1bn in the last four years.  Prior to joining Infor, Keith held executive leadership positions at webMethods and BEA Systems.

I am very excited to be joining Wesupply as the company builds on significant recent momentum, as shown by successes at Sainsburys, Screwfix and EDF Energy Networks and the more than doubling of annual revenues said Deane.  Wesupply has a unique combination of supply chain and electronic trading technology and expertise which enables companies to improve visibility into their supply chains and to collaborate on key processes and decisions.

We are delighted that Keith has joined Wesupply, said Stewart Oades, Chairman of Wesupply.  He has proven leadership in fast-growing companies in both the IT applications and infrastructure sectors.  We look forward to working with Keith as we deliver the next phase in Wesupplys growth.


About Wesupply

Wesupply provides business-to-business integration and supply chain collaboration solutions.  By sharing more data and collaborating on supply chain processes with more business partners, Wesupply customers can make better decisions and can reduce excess inventory, improve customer service and reduce operational inefficiencies.  Wesupply was founded in 1999, is headquartered in the UK and provides a fully managed service via a SaaS delivery model.  Companies in sectors such as retail, CPG, energy and manufacturing rely on Wesupply to manage information flows supporting business-critical supply chain processes.

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