Michael Plesha

Consulting Partner

Michael Plesha joined Expense Reduction Analysts in 2014, bringing over 20 years of expertise as an accomplished executive in global supply chain operations and value chain solution design, successfully serving the software, high-tech, telecom, broadband, and mobile industries all aspects of product/service delivery.

As a senior-level executive responsible for delivering global program management and service solutions, Mike has used his extensive knowledge and experience in manufacturing, distribution, transportation, and logistics to drive exceptional customer satisfaction for his clients in consumer electronics, mobile, telecom, and broadband industries.

Before joining ERA, Mike was a senior executive with one of the world’s leading cloud-based hosted private marketplace providers to remarket excess inventories of consumer electronics and wireless products for the world’s leading brands to maximize the profit and effectiveness of every channel.

As part of the ERA team, Mike combines strong relationship-building, consulting, leadership skills, and a passion for optimization with his experience across various business functions and industries to partner with corporate leaders and business owners to identify opportunities for reduced costs and improved processes.

Mike holds a B.S. in Business Administration from San Jose State University and has completed numerous industry certifications. He currently sits on the Board of Directors for The Vista Center for Blind and Visually Impaired as a member of the Finance and Development Committees. In his spare time, Mike is an avid motorcycle enthusiast and can be found somewhere on the backroads of California. When not on his Harley, he and his wife enjoy cooking and entertaining for friends and family. Dinner for 50? No problem!

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Michael Plesha:

"If you could uncover meaningful incremental cash flow in your supply base without sacrificing either quality or service, and get it done with resources that are virtually self-funding, would you do it? Why wouldn’t you? If you’re curious about whether a meaningful improvement in cash flow is possible for your organization, we should talk. "