Supply Chain Consulting | Corporate Performance Improvement | Kevin Redmon
Kevin Redmon
Managing Director
Supply Chain Consulting | Corporate Performance Improvement | Kevin Redmon
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Part of A&M's Corporate Transformation Services practice
Focuses on profitability improvement and business growth initiatives
20+ years serving clients in multiple industries
Based in Atlanta
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Kevin Redmon is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal in Atlanta. He has 20 years experience in both consulting and corporate positions. He is the Southeast Region leader in the Strategy and Corporate Solutions practice, where he focuses on business growth and operating improvement. He also has extensive experience in technology strategy and implementation.

Mr. Redmon has worked in a wide variety of industries including retail technology, express delivery and logistics, quick-serve restaurants, airlines and automotive. He specializes in helping clients identify and execute on profit improvement opportunities via strategic growth initiatives, strategic planning, customer and product line profitability analysis, process improvements and cost reduction.

Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Redmon held several executive positions at Radiant Systems, a global leader in point-of-sale technology. Before joining Radiant, he led strategy consulting engagements at Bain & Company. 

Among his assignments at Bain and A&M, Mr. Redmon developed a core business growth strategy for a global benefits and HR consulting firm, drove the creation and startup of a service parts logistics business unit for a multi-billion dollar parcel delivery company, reduced accounts receivable by $10 million (25 percent) at an express delivery service provider and created a 200-store retail expansion strategy and rollout plan for a brand-name furniture manufacturer.

Mr. Redmon earned both bachelor's and master's degrees in computer engineering from Clemson University and a master's degree in business administration from the Harvard Business School.