"Omnichannel service, data ownership, and virtual inventory and networks are set to further disrupt the aftermarket in the near-term with mobility, autonomous, digital, and electrification (MADE) defining the next wave of evolution during the next 10-15 years."
Barry Neal is a Partner and member of Roland Berger's North American management team. He has over 18 years of experience working with automotive and industrial clients on operations strategy and transformation topics with an emphasis on the aftermarket.
Within the aftermarket Barry supports OEM aftersales, dealers, independent aftermarket suppliers, distributors, service providers, and retailers on supply chain strategy, channel management, operating model transformation, and growth.
Barry is also a member of Roland Berger's private investor leadership team, supporting private equity, buying groups, and strategic clients with target identification, commercial and operational diligence, portfolio value capture, and exit support.
Barry studied business and industrial engineering at the University of Michigan (BBA) and holds an MBA from the Saїd Business School at Oxford University. He is a Six Sigma Blackbelt and Certified in Production and Inventory Management.
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