3 years at Gartner
10 years industry experience
Roles and Responsibilities
Stephen Meyer is a Research Director in Gartner's Supply Chain group. Mr. Meyer joined Gartner with 19 years of experience in global supply chain management roles in the life sciences, chemical and retail industries. In his previous positions, he has had both functional and leadership responsibility for sourcing, procurement, planning/forecasting, operational excellence, warehousing, logistics and transportation.
Areas of Coverage
- Supply Chain
- Supply Chain
Stephen Meyer's Recent Gartner Activity
Healthcare Supply Chainnovator Finalists 2017: Pharmaceutical Advances at Advocate and Inventory Optimization at Cleveland Clinic
2017 Gartner Supply Chain Top 25: Life Sciences
Supply Chain Brief: Don't Let Slower Frequency of Life Science M&A Deals Make You Complacent
Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25
15 November 2017
On-Demand & Upcoming Webinars
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Meyer worked for AngioDynamics, a medical device manufacturer headquartered in Albany, New York. At AngioDynamics, he led the Global Supply Chain department and was responsible for the purchasing, planning, warehouse and distribution teams. Mr. Meyer has also held key roles in the supply chain organizations at Amazon, AMRI, C. R. Bard and GE. He has significant experience with ERP implementation and configuration, sales and operations planning, statistical forecasting and its application to production/buying models, and service analytics.
Albany Molecular Research, Director, Supply Chain Management, 4 years
AngioDynamics, Director, Global Supply Chain, 1 year
C. R. Bard, Materials Manager, 2 years
1999 GE Plastics Global Sourcing 5-Step Award
2006 Bard Inventory Management Award
Co-inventor, "Method, System And Storage Medium For Viewing Product Delivery Information" (US Patent #6,530,518)
Mr. Meyer holds a master's degree in manufacturing and a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering, both from the University of Michigan. He is also a certified Six Sigma black belt. He was awarded a graduate fellowship from the UM Program in Manufacturing (now Tauber Institute).