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SDI's Paula Hasbrouck Earns Master Black Belt Certification

SDI, the leader in MRO supply chain management services, announced today that Paula Hasbrouck has earned her Six Sigma Master Black Belt certification from Villanova University. Hasbrouck joined SDI in April 2015 to reinvigorate the company's Six Sigma program. With over 20 years of experience in project management, business process analysis and deployment of Six Sigma methodologies, she leads SDI's enterprise-wide Six Sigma Program, streamlining processes and delivering value to the company's client base using DMAIC methodologies.

When joining SDI, Hasbrouck committed to earning her Master Black Belt by January 2016. Over the last four months, she worked hard to achieve her goal. Her can-do attitude combined with the support of SDI's Director of Implementations, Glenn Pierce, enabled her to finish well ahead of schedule. Hasbrouck is already applying her learnings to SDI's Six Sigma program.

To learn more about Six Sigma and SDI's program, follow Paula Hasbrouck on the company's blog at http://www.sdi.com/resources/blog

About SDI
By helping organizations understand how each link in their MRO supply chain impacts the entire enterprise, SDI helps them achieve year-over-year savings, enterprise-wide efficiencies and newfound control. Using a custom suite of products, services and tools, SDI’s platform coordinates, aligns and optimizes every step of the MRO indirect process.

Lower costs, smarter inventories and increased performance are all natural results from a more connected MRO supply chain. To learn more visit http://www.sdi.com today.

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