LLamasoft expands leadership team

ANN ARBOR — LLamasoft, the Ann Arbor-based supply chain optimization and modeling software developer, has appointed two people to newly created senior executive positions: Sandra Moran as senior vice president and chief marketing officer, and Slimane Allab as senior vice president and general manager for the Europe-Middle East-Africa region..

In her new role, Moran will lead the global marketing organization to drive increased customer adoption and brand awareness to fuel LLamasoft’s next stage of growth. Moran brings more than 20 years of experience enabling software and technology companies to strengthen their brand. She has held leadership roles in marketing, sales and product management at global companies such as INTTRA, OpenText and Hyperion. She will be based in LLamasoft’s Ann Arbor headquarters.

Allab is responsible for integrating and strengthening LLamasoft’s EMEA presence in all lines of business across the region. Allab brings more than 20 years of strategic, business and solution consultancy experience to the role and has held multiple management and leadership roles in sales and professional services within i2 Technologies and JDA Software. He holds a PhD in Industrial Engineering from the Institute Polytechnique de Grenoble (France). Allab will be based in Paris.

“Sandra and Slimane are joining LLamasoft at a pivotal time,” said Razat Gaurav, LLamasoft CEO. “LLamasoft has grown tremendously over the last several years, setting new benchmarks for revenue and customer growth in 2018 and expanding both our geographic footprint and global team. Sandra and Slimane bring the right mix of experience, creativity and drive to their roles, and I have every confidence they will successfully lead their teams to meet LLamasoft’s ambitious growth goals over the next five years, and beyond.”

More at www.llamasoft.com.

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