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Brendan Murphy Profile

Brendan joined Minster in 1994 as a Business Analyst and is a key member of the Minster team who provides input to the functional scope and design of the Minster system. He is deeply involved with the development and implementation of our logistics software for many clients.

Brendan has an operational background and previously worked in the food service industry in a variety of roles, which included Business Systems Manager for The Cheese Company. During this time he acquired a depth of knowledge in food distribution and logistics-related processes and systems. His experience includes sales order processing, stock control, procurement and warehouse management. This understanding culminated in the functional design and implementation of a bespoke Consumer Products Radial (CPR) System for three major depots.

Brendan began his ‘hands on’ career with the Littlewoods Group and later at the Express Dairy RDC in Tamworth where he monitored the contracted logistics service provided to Littlewoods including supplier compliance, product receipt and packaging standards, hygiene and the picking and distribution operation.

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