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Victor J Ronder
  Victor J. Ronder, President
Evergreen, CO
email: [email protected]

Mr. Ronder has his MBA in Finance and Marketing from Northeastern University, Boston, MA. He has worked for several major corporations such as Texas Instruments, Inc., Giant Food Stores, Inc., The Wonder Market Companies and Continental Farms. During his tenure with these companies, he held positions in finance, marketing, information systems and purchasing. As a result, Mr. Ronder has become highly competent and experienced in product development, telecommunication systems and services, financial analysis and most importantly, outsourcing and supply chain management.

Mr. Ronder is currently growing the business and building its base of core competencies by training and supporting other purchasing professionals.


Ray Mazzoleni
  Ray Mazzoleni
Operational Support

Ray Mazzoleni has achieved a Lifetime C.P.M. (Certified Purchasing Manager) designation from the Institute of Supply Management (ISM). He has extensive experience in purchasing and contracts management, e-procurement and business development. Most recently, Mr. Mazzoleni served as Vice President of Procurement for Brookfield Financial Properties.

Mr. Mazzoleni has been successful in entrepreneurial and high growth organizations. As Manager of Contracts and Best Practices, he led e-procurement, purchasing card and purchasing process improvement initiatives for The Thomson Corporation. Mr. Mazzoleni established the Purchasing and Contracts function for Iron Mountain Records Management in 1992, and the Corporate Purchasing function for Lotus Development Corporation in 1983.

He is active in purchasing education and training, having been an adjunct professor at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. His efforts have been profiled in Purchasing Magazine and he has written articles for several purchasing publications. Mr. Mazzoleni is the author of a self-study course, “Achieving Success in Purchasing”, published by the MGI Management Institute. Currently, he serves on the Editorial Advisory Board for Supplier Selection and Management Report and on the Board of Directors for the Purchasing Management Association of New Hampshire (PMA-NH).



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