Daniel Nannenga is a Strategy & Corporate Development Professional with two decades of experience, leveraging a strong background in operations and financial management to turn around underperforming organizations and bolster performance for leading enterprises. He is a driven leader with a proven track record of identifying cost savings opportunities through financial planning and analysis (FP&A), P&L management, modeling, and continuous improvement. He is results-oriented and adept at transforming operations to accelerate efficiency and amplify operational performance, achieving maximum profitability in fast-paced environments.
Prior to joining The ProAction Group, Daniel was Principal at Etonien LLC; a national finance, accounting, and strategy firm. While at Etonien, Daniel’s project successes ranged from engaging, operating, and managing a $150MM Real Estate Fund to Managing Fiduciary for an SEC-RIA representing over $1BN AUM, to the optimization of a networks supply chain.
Prior to Etonien, Daniel founded Motus Consulting Group; a management consultancy where he provided financial, operational, and supply chain due diligence for a portfolio of private equity firms to support M&A activity and enhance profitability. He drove a project to revamp the working capital system of a $2B company, restructuring warehousing, distribution, transportation, and logistics to ensure quality and process improvement, which reduced waste spend by 30% and achieved cost savings of $4M annually. Daniel also pioneered a project to resolve warehousing and distribution issues by overhauling the entire operations network, successfully relocating two 500,000 sq. ft. warehouses, decreasing their total operating costs by $1M in 60 days.
Other select accomplishments include: spearheading a large-scale initiative to consolidate 85 warehouses across the country to a single facility for Oracle, successfully saving millions in annual operating costs and reducing assembly time by 25%; overhauling an operations network for a leading steel manufacturer, consolidating 6-12 warehouses per region to 1-2, successfully eliminated waste, restructured supplier relationships, and reduced lead time by 30%.
Daniel has a Master of Science, Global Supply Chain Management from University of Southern California, Bachelor of Science, Finance & Operations Management, and Bachelor of Science, Telecommunications Management from Indiana University. Daniel is also certified Six Sigma Black Belt.