One of the retail industry’s leading supply-chain and asset protection executives, Maurizio Scrofani, LPC, CCSP, has been appointed vice president with ALTO US. In his new role, Scrofani will manage the development of the supply-chain security and intelligence sectors of ALTO’s loss prevention and retail security services.
“With Scrofani in this new role, ALTO will continue to position itself in multiple verticals to expand their internationally proven end-to-end proactive loss prevention strategies to the US market to meet the needs of businesses who are struggling with rising crime trends and shrink,” said ALTO US Executive Vice President Karl Langhorst.
GRUPO ALTO is a multinational company operating in Latin America, Europe, and now the United States. Starting with a single store in Chile in 2003, the company developed proprietary technology and business strategies to reduce theft and pursue criminal prosecution in a collaboration with retailers, law enforcement, and the criminal justice system. The company opened its US headquarters in Miami in late 2016 (see more at alto.us).
Scrofani has 25-plus years of experience in retail and manufacturing with senior leadership roles in companies such as Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, Delonghi, and notably Verisk Analytics, where he was the co-founder and president of CargoNet, a supply-chain risk management company. He is also an ongoing contributing writer for LP Magazine.
Scrofani received his undergraduate degree from William Paterson University and his certificate in supply-chain management from Penn State University. He is loss prevention certified (LPC) by the Loss Prevention Foundation and certified as a cargo security professional (CCSP) from the American Trucking Association.