RSM US LLP has announced that Jason Alexander has been asked to serve as RSM’s national manufacturing sector leader, assuming the role on May 1.
In his new role, Alexander will become a member of the firm’s national industrials leadership team, and focus on growing RSM’s manufacturing practice and assisting its clients in using technology to drive productivity and efficiency throughout their organizations.
Alexander also advised clients in the areas of accounting, risk management, mergers and acquisitions, process design and improvement, internal audit, regulatory compliance, and information technology system implementation.
He is a principal in RSM’s risk consulting practice and has more than 17 years of experience serving large multinational clients with particular emphasis on middle market, Fortune 500 and publicly traded companies.
In addition, he was a member of the inaugural class of RSM’s three-year Industry Eminence Program, which positions its senior analysts to understand, forecast and communicate economic, business and technology trends shaping the industries RSM serves.
He has written extensively on trends in the automotive industry, forces affecting manufacturing supply chains, the importance of advanced technologies in the future of the manufacturing industry and much more.
His international experience includes conducting and leading audit, risk management and special project initiatives across North America, Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia. He is also on the board of directors of the RSM US Foundation.
Sergio de la Fe, national industry leader for RSM’s industrials practice, said: “I’m excited to have Jason serve as our manufacturing sector leader.
“He’s been working in the industrial space for a long time and his deep knowledge of the market will further help our clients adapt to changes now and in the future. His varied background and significant international experience makes him a tremendous choice for this role.”
Alexander said: “I am thrilled about the opportunity to work with my colleagues and our clients in the manufacturing sector. While the past few years have presented challenges for manufacturers, from trade wars to Covid-19-induced supply chain shocks, the current environment presents the opportunity for manufacturers to reimagine their business.
“I think that advanced technologies will play a leading role in helping manufacturers emerge as stronger organizations long term, and I’m excited to continue helping manufacturing companies embrace these technologies.”