Denver-based building materials supplier ProBuild appoints Don Riley as executive VP of supply chain and technology to lead integration of technology into all areas of business
November 23, 2011
– ProBuild Holdings Inc., the nation’s largest professional building materials supplier, today announced it has named Don Riley executive vice president of Supply Chain and Technology.
In this role, Riley will be responsible for integrating ProBuild’s Supply Chain, Information Technology and Manufacturing organizations, including developing strategies and programs to improve the company’s overall operational effectiveness, grow market share and maximize profitability. He will oversee the planning and implementation of enterprise IT systems in support of business operations in order to improve cost-effectiveness and service quality. Additionally, Riley will direct and manage ProBuild’s technology infrastructure and environment, including the design and development of business-focused application solutions to support ProBuild’s business operations.
“Don brings significant experience to ProBuild, having led the successful implementation and extension of enterprise systems in previous roles,” said Fred Marino, president and CEO of ProBuild. “A critical element of our vision is the successful integration of technology into all areas of our business. We believe that technology will transform the home building industry, and it is our goal to take a significant leadership role in that transformation. We look forward to the expertise and leadership Don brings to help us achieve our vision.”
Riley comes to ProBuild from Mohawk Industries, a leading producer and distributor of flooring worldwide. At Mohawk, Don served as CIO and senior vice president of Logistics, where he was responsible for Mohawk’s global information systems and strategies along with the company’s North American logistics functions.
To learn more about ProBuild, please visit www.ProBuild.com.
ProBuild is the nation’s largest diversified supplier of lumber and building materials to professional builders and contractors. ProBuild currently operates more than 435 lumber and building product distribution, manufacturing and assembly centers serving 45 U.S. states. ProBuild sells a broad selection of building materials including lumber and plywood, engineered wood, gypsum wallboard and other drywall products, millwork, trusses, roofing, siding products, tools, insulation materials, and metal and hardware specialties. The company’s manufacturing activities include trusses, wall panels, millwork, and pre-hung door and window fabrication. ProBuild’s construction services include the installation of framing, millwork, insulation and other products. To learn more about ProBuild, visit its website at www.probuild.com.