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Len Prokopets

Industry Segments

  • Life Sciences
  • High Tech Manufacturing
  • Aerospace and Defense and General Manufacturing
  • Consumer Products & Retail

Practice Areas

  • Supplier Relationship Management (SRM)
  • Supply Chain and Operations Improvement
  • Strategic Sourcing and Procurement
  • Working Capital Optimization
  • Cost Reduction
  • Business Intelligence

Len Prokopets


Len Prokopets is a Principal of Archstone Consulting with over 14 years of experience in consulting to Fortune-1000 clients in a variety of industries, with a particular focus in Life Sciences, Consumer Goods, Retail, High Tech, Aerospace and Defense, and General Manufacturing industries.

He specializes in areas including Procurement Strategy and Transformation, Supplier Relationship Management (SRM), Supply Chain and Operations Improvement, Business Intelligence, and Cost Reduction. Prior to joining Archstone Consulting, Mr. Prokopets served as a leader in Deloitte Consulting's Consumer Goods and Manufacturing practices.

Mr. Prokopets has authored a number of publications focusing on Supply Chain and Sourcing and Procurement including: "Does Offshoring Still Make Sense?", "The Five Key Elements of World Class Supplier Relationship Management", "Supplier Relationship Management - Maximizing the Value of Your Supply Base" as well as other papers on procurement and collaboration. He has presented on the topic Supplier Relationship Management at the Sourcing Interests Group conferences. He has also been published and quoted in several leading journals and periodicals including Chief Supply Chain Officer, BusinessWeek, and Investors Business Daily.


Mr. Prokopets received a Master of Science in Industrial Administration degree from the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University, and holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Mathematics and a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering degrees from University or Rochester.