Pete is the Founder and CEO of ASIL, Inc. a leading Management Consultancy for technology, retail and consumer goods companies. He has consulted with Sun Micro Systems (Oracle), DHL, GE, GENCO, and more. Business efforts with these entities enabled solutions for Amazon, The Home Depot, Dell, Target, and Sears Holding, in the areas of Reverse Logistics, Sustainability, and Asset Recovery. With over 28 years of High Tech experience at Fortune 100 companies and 13 years in consulting. He is a co-Author of ‘Driving Complex Change®’ – a book about mastering the process of change and is a co-creator of MAX Partnering® an integrated software suite that enables companies to increase their business performance. In January 2014, Peter received a US Patent for a business process related to a “Salvage Liquidation System and a Method to Liquidate Salvage”.
Warren is the EVP, Consulting Services for ASIL, Inc. He has led and supported ASIL’s Management Consultancy efforts through the design, development and implementation of various client Marketing, Sales, Information Technology, Operations, Service and Financial accounting initiatives to increase Client profitability and market penetration. With +28years of experience, Warren contributes to Client improvements in organization effectiveness, program management, contract and process compliance, aftermarket retail and recovery, reverse logistics, sustainability, pharmaceutical recalls, service process design, service parts management, supply chain management, and business analytics. He is a co-Author of ‘Driving Complex Change®’ – a book about mastering the process of change and is a co-creator of MAX Partnering® an integrated software suite that enables companies to increase their business performance.
Michael Singleton is the Executive Vice President of Operations for ASIL, Inc. Michael has over 40 years of experience in multiple Fortune 100 companies in all aspects of the electronics and computer service industry with a proven ability to develop and implement logistics strategies and systems that support business and financial objectives. He is recognized as an expert in defining and enabling new business concepts to all aspects of operations and has implemented numerous business control systems that have driven cost reductions, increased overall organizational effectiveness, and improved asset performance.
Joe Pazmany is the Vice President of Organizational Development for ASIL, Inc. and will contribute his talents to the success of the company. Within this role, he will oversee various projects of the company as well as influence the business direction of various ventures. His expertise is centered around internal development, specifically dealing with change strategies, team culture, organizational behavior, and leadership dimensions seen within the professional workplace. In addition to this topical expertise, Joe specializes in being able to translate these concepts from theory to practical application.
William Kadash is the Program Manager for ASIL, Inc. William earned his BA degree from San Francisco State University. His duties at ASIL, Inc. include warehouse management and space allocation, B2C customer interface, inventory control, and quality management as well as responsibilities for in-house and on-line product marketing. William runs all of the on-line sales venues for the company. This role allows him to contribute ideas and strategies on various ASIL, Inc. projects as well as take on project managerial responsibilities.