IBM Global Business Services

About IBM

IBM maintains a strong and unique presence in Canada, making important contributions to this country’s economy, technology leadership and the communities where we live and work.

IBM is one of the largest technology, services and consulting organizations in Canada. We help clients of all sizes and in all industries transform their operations through the use of technology, infusing intelligence into the systems that run our businesses, our society and the world.

Donald Barry is an Associate Partner, leading IBM Canada’s Supply Chain Operations and Enterprise Asset Management Practice, experienced at creating distribution process improvements and developing inventory reduction strategies with increased service levels. He specializes in solving asset management, distribution and asset re-utilization business problems. His in-depth experience includes world class inventory optimization and re-utilization techniques as well as leading the coordination of many service business mergers and divestitures.

Industries Served

Upstream Oil and Gas, Power Generation and T&D Utilities, Mining, Airlines, Computer Electronic Manufacturers, Steel Manufacturers, Federal and Provincial Governments

Locations Served

Canada and United States

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IBM Global Business Services
3600 Steeles Avenue East, Unit H2
Markham, Ontario L3R 9Z7
Canada
Phone: (416) 478-8108
Email: Donald Barry
www.ibm.com/ca/en

Profile

Donald Barry

Donald Barry

Years of Experience: 33

Expertise: Supply Chain Operations, Maintenance Parts Management, Enterprise Asset Management, Merger and Acquisition, Change Management

Donald Barry is an Aladon certified Reliability Centered Maintenance Practitioner and lead instructor of the University of Toronto’s ’Physical Asset Management Certificate’ program. He developed and teaches the ‘Maintenance Parts Excellence Program’ as part of the Maintenance Masters Program at U of T. He has also taught at the University of West Indies, in Trinidad. On September 2007, Mr. Barry received the Federated Press, “Lifetime Achievement Award in Plant and Production Maintenance”