Mr. Kaul led the key city omnichannel and digital operations implementation for a global athletic brand. He helped define the 2025 digital consumer and retail store service promise, assortment strategy, inventory availability, product flows, transportation model and logistics infrastructure and capabilities.
He improved digital consumer conversion by +20 percent for a global athletic brand by deploying experimentation methods to optimize the value of delivery speed.
Mr. Kaul led the development of a multi-year roadmap and executed the first in-market pilot to transform the fresh supply chain for a large U.S. grocery retailer. The executed pilot reduced markdowns by 300bps and improved freshness by two days.
He also led artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning pilots for a global athletic brand to use unstructured, causal data to develop a predictive algorithm to optimize mode selection for inbound product flows.
Mr. Kaul transformed transportation and distribution operations for a U.S. grocer, leading to a $40 million EBIT improvement.
He led a supply chain transformation for a U.S. restaurant operator, focused on distribution operations, restructuring two large distributor relationships and supply chains, resulting in an impact of nearly $20 million in EBIT improvement.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Kaul held senior industry roles. Most recently he was at Nike, where was the Chief Strategy Officer for Global Operations. Before that, he was in an interim leadership role for Omnichannel at Nordstrom and the Topic Leader for Retail Supply Chain for the North America Retail practice at The Boston Consulting Group.
Mr. Kaul earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Rochester, and a Management Certificate in Operations from the William E. Simon School of Business. He recently completed an Executive Certification Program in artificial intelligence and machine learning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.