Inverto adds José Carande Morgado to Spanish leadership team

19 June 2024 2 min. read
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Boston Consulting Group’s procurement-focused subsidiary Inverto has brought José Carande Morgado on board to help drive its growth agenda in the Spanish market.

Launched in October last year, Inverto’s Madrid office now has two managing directors among its ranks, with José Carande Morgado joining Manuel Berlanga Díaz at the helm of the local team.

Díaz said that Morgado’s arrival comes in response to high demand for services from clients who turn to Inverto to improve their procurement operations and optimize their supply chain.

José Carande Morgado, BCG

José Carande Morgado

Morgado brings around 20 years of experience in management consulting to Inverto, nearly all of which he gained at Accenture, where he latterly was a Managing Director within Strategy & Consulting, and leader of its Financial Services Consulting practice for Iberia.

He specializes in strategic cost reduction, integrated spend management, digital & data enabled procurement transformation as well as risk management. Morgado has worked with companies across sectors, including in banking, insurance, utilities, energy, and telecom.

“With his cross-industry expertise and market recognition, José will further strengthen our team in Spain and help drive our strong growth,” says Philipp Mall, Managing Director at Inverto and region lead for Germany, Austria, Italy and Spain.

Commenting on his new role, Morgado said: “The strong growth of Inverto worldwide shows that efficiency is clearly a top priority for the C-Suite of major companies, and the complexity, regulation and interconnections of current supply chains raise new challenges in procurement and supply chain, prompting them to seek strategic guidance in these critical areas. I am delighted to become part of this success story.”

Founded in 2000 in Germany, Inverto today has over 500 staff across offices in 11 countries. The firm is recognised as one of Europe’s leading procurement consulting firms.