Sam Mohammad is MC360’s, Co-founder and Chief Operations Officer, carrying out company goals and strategies. He started his career in the U.S. Marine Corps from 2007-2012 as a mechanic and supply chain manager in the aviation field, eventually leading high-priority military operations as a Sergeant.
After completing his five-year tenure, Sam went on to obtain his Bachelor’s of Business Admin from the University of Phoenix in 2015, concentrated in Marketing. He completed his MBA from the University of South Florida (USF), with a focus on Supply Chain Management. Heavily involved in student organizations, Sam was President of the Graduate Business Association, hosting networking events and activities for graduate-level students at USF. Also during his college tenure, Sam was Vice President of operations the USF Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP), hosting weekly meetings to connect students with supply chain professionals for education, networking, and personal growth.
Aside from tacos and long walks on the beach with his dog, Sam is a passionate entrepreneur that loves to learn, collaborate, and build. Above all, he is an avid business professional that thrives on transforming ideas into reality.
Process optimization is an essential function of making a business run more efficiently. It can be easy for businesses to overlook opportunities to become more optimized because they have a process in place that works. But what if that process could be simplified by reducing time, money, or resources used to complete that task?
The first step to identifying these opportunities to make for smoother operations is mapping out the process in a visual way. Process mapping is just one of several tools that can help optimize the process. As a certified Six Sigma professional, Sam has the ability and passion for assisting businesses in mapping out ways to be sharper, smoother, and stronger.
Business strategy at its core is a plan for implementing a sustainable competitive advantage, creating the ability to make a profit against the competition. A good strategy is essentially a map with directions, helping to guide business from where they are today to where they want to be tomorrow.
Critical business decisions are best made when driven by data. It is easier than ever before to collect massive amounts of data, then transform it into actionable insights. Businesses operated by data tend to understand their market better and find opportunities to improve efficiency and customer service.
Supply Chain Management (SCM)
A more efficient supply chain makes for strong a competitive advantage. Manufacturing operations, procurement, and logistics are deeply integrated with all primary business functions. Businesses that can leverage strengths and mitigate weaknesses in their supply chains are best able to reach new levels of performance and achievement.