Management consultants target furniture industry
February 19, 2008,
Lexcentia founders, Triche Leander, Bryan Milleson and Tom Mangum, are career furniture industry veterans with more than 55 years cumulative experience in management level positions for brands such as Bernhardt, Drexel Heritage, Henredon, Lexington and Maitland-Smith.
“Our 55 cumulative years of furniture experience enables us to quickly provide value-oriented services for our clients without adding costly full-time positions,” co-founder Milleson said. “We understand the resource constraints in today’s challenging market but at the same time realize a critical need exists for businesses to adapt and continue to grow.”
Focused on the furniture industry, the company offers practical management services to meet both short and long-term business needs and to provide a broad range of expertise in import and domestic supply chain, sales distribution channels, financial management, information technology, product development, sourcing, change management, sales and operations planning, strategic planning, and profit improvement.
Supporting any size business, including manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, developers, trade showrooms, interior designers and contract sales, Lexcentia is committed to offering uncommon value. Through a single point of contact, bundled services can be tailored to client needs whether starting a new business, trying to grow sales and profits or solve issues with an established business. Services by type can be found at www.lexcentia.com.
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