Private Equity firms often need experts with in-depth operational know-how to quickly diagnose and address performance issues in their portfolio companies.
Interim executives have also proven to be invaluable as leaders of operational transformation or to implement strategies that are critical to the investment thesis.
The Expert Advantage.
Private-equity firms, such as KKR, CD&R, CVC, Sun Capital, and others, have turned to Tenzing's Expert Network and Interim Leadership Solutions to drive superior, sustainable returns.
Over 1,300 Tenzing Experts around the world support our clients across every industry.
Flexibility of our engagement model allows us to adapt to your needs, whether within or across your portfolio.
Proven interim leaders from GMs to Manager level are available quickly to fill strategic open positions.
Functional expertise spanning procurement, supply chain, operations, and strategy.
Recruiting and search support to build a strong permanent team to sustain the operational improvements and build long-term value.
A major mid-cap private equity firm shared interim CPOs and supply chain leaders across a diverse industrial portfolio. The interim executives worked closely with operating partners and CEOs to drive over $20 million in sustainable EBITDA impact in less than nine months.
Private-equity firms deploy procurement category experts, in areas ranging from chemicals and logistics to food and glass, to cover the capability gaps of other leading consulting firms serving their portfolio.
Interim supply chain leader worked with mid-cap distribution CEO to turnaround operation and hire new supply chain team in 90 days.
Interim procurement and supply chain team worked with COO of an industrial services company to build strategic supply relationships and a strong operating platform while reducing supply cost. The effort led to the discovery and ultimate closing of numerous high-value, spin-off acquisitions from suppliers.
An e-sourcing expert worked shoulder-to-shoulder with over a dozen portfolio companies using leading procurement technology to source over $350 million in materials and services, saving nearly $40 million and leaving them with the capability to sustain the program into the future.