Since joining specialist project management and advisory firm Siecap in 2016, Nicholas Treston has rapidly made a name for himself for uncovering workable value across his portfolio of clients in the supply chain, transport and logistics sectors.
Siecap is proud to include Nick in their team of highly-skilled consultants, as his engineering background, plus his qualitative and quantitative data analysis and project management support experience extend on the firms existing offering.
In his role as Project Analyst, Nick provides engagement support, problem solving and analysis, process improvement and documentation services, as well as data capture and analysis of client financial and transactional data, and interrogation of data to test various cost or operating improvement initiatives across a wide variety of projects for clients such as: Super Amart, Barbeques Galore, Incitec Pivot, CSR Building Products, Caltex, Energex, Delonghi and Mayur Resources.
“My key strengths include identifying important trends in large data samples, successfully managing client expectations in projects, and determining improvements in business processes,” explains Nick.
His biggest career achievement to date has been saving upwards of 20% on the outbound transport costs of an online retailer. With increasing transport costs from their existing courier provider, the retailer was required to assess their current freight situation.
“Through managing an in-depth Expression of Interest and market sounding process, we were able to assist the client with flexibility in negotiations and in testing better alternative options,” Nick said.
When asked what he found most challenging in his career to date, Nick stated it was the management of multiple projects, with different objectives and goals across diverse industries.
Siecap CEO David Irvine said Nicholas Treston is a determined and ambitious consultant, who is an asset to the company.
“Nick is an energetic and effective team member with proven ability in problem solving and project task execution,” Mr Irvine said.