At Integration, we began 2020 with some exciting plans. Although we are all experiencing the difficulties brought by the pandemic, Integration would like to announce some good news: the promotion of two new Partners, JOÃO BARROS and ROGER SALTIEL.
João and Roger have both spent most of their careers at Integration, based in our Brazilian operation whilst serving and developing solid relationships with clients in several countries. For Integration, it is an honor to count on them as new members of our global team of partners.
The official invitation to become a partner was a surprise for them! A few partners and some family members were present at an intimate and special gathering. It was a moment that will remain in our memories forever, and one that we would like to share with you here!
Welcome, João Barros and Roger Saltiel!
João Barros is a graduate in Civil Engineering from Universidade Federal de Goiás (UFG). He then went on to specialize in Project Management at the University of California, Berkeley and in Financial Management at INSPER. João began his career in Supply Chain at one of North America’s leading logistics companies before continuing to develop this expertise at specialized consulting firms in Brazil. He has been working at Integration since 2006 within the Supply Chain practice, and has mainly focused on planning, supply chain distribution, industrial processes, production and outsourcing strategies, across several sectors. He has also participated in large and important initiatives within the Supply Chain of various sectors across several countries, including the design and implementation of process recommendations, client optimization definitions and performing interim management roles.
Roger Saltiel is a graduate in Mechanical Engineering from the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (POLI-USP), with an MBA from Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV-EAESP) which included a specialization in Marketing and International Strategy from the University of Texas in Austin, USA. Prior to Integration, Roger acquired three years of experience in the strategic consulting sector. He then started at Integration in 2002 within the Marketing & Sales practice. He has conducted and led projects related to Indirect Channel, Market Scanning, and Go-To-Market model definition, across several sectors. These projects were delivered in Brazil, the United States, Latin America, and Europe, and have contributed to his solid international experience. Roger is also a member of the Brazilian Association of Wholesalers and Distributors (Associação Brasileira de Atacadistas e Distribuidores – ABAD), as a leader of the Indirect Channel Committee.