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Standard Process Inc. Welcomes New Information Technology Director

New director brings global information systems experience to the company 

Standard Process Inc. welcomes Joyce Young as its information technology director.

PALMYRA, Wis. (March 12, 2015)Standard Process Inc. announces the recent hiring of Joyce Young as the company’s information technology (IT) director. Young accepted the position after spending the past four months as an IT consultant for the company.

Young has a long history of accomplishments. She is experienced at coordinating worldwide business transformations and strategic IT initiatives, and leading large-scale enterprise-wide information systems. She gained IT experience while working for a variety of global companies across many different industries, including Helene Curtis, Inc., Electro Motive Diesel, Hospira, Inc., and most recently, Alden Management Services, Inc.

In her new role, Young, who earned a master’s in business admiration from LaSalle University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, will plan, design and direct strategic IT-related initiatives for Standard Process. Additional responsibilities for Young will include implementing appropriate change control and project management processes, providing administrative and operational direction to the company’s internal IT department, and maintaining a technology infrastructure that supports Standard Process’ initiatives.

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Standard Process is the visionary leader in whole food nutrient solutions. Based in Palmyra, Wisconsin, Standard Process offers more than 300 high-quality supplements...

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