CIO – Supply Chain, GE Power
Trey Keisler began his current role, CIO, Supply Chain, in 2018 within GE Power to lead the digital efforts supporting the business-wide supply chain transformation. He is responsible for working to consolidate, optimize and digitize our Supply Chain footprint in the areas of Lean Manufacturing, Sales & Operations Planning, Materials Management, Procurement, Logistics, Quality, and EHS.
In 2001 he joined GE Power Systems in Greenville, SC where he had roles supporting engineering and supply chain functions. Keisler moved to Salem, VA in 2005 as the overall IT Leader for the Controls COE in GE Energy and was responsible for IT leadership across Supply Chain, Engineering, and Finance.
In 2007 Trey moved to Cincinnati, OH to take the IT leadership position for the Planning, Scheduling, and Logistics where he was responsible for all systems supporting material planning and fulfillment across GE Aviation’s supply chain. At the end of 2008 he returned to GE Energy in Greenville, SC to lead the effort to replace the core MRP system that supports OTR processes in Power & Water for the Wind product lines in North America.
Trey transitioned to Atlanta, GA in 2011 to take the Field Services CIO role within Power Generation Services (PGS) to lead IT programs and contemporary technology to drive fulfillment and integration efforts across Power Services Global Operations. He took additional responsibility to initiate the Field Force Automation strategy across GE.
Trey grew up in Columbia, SC and went on to attend the Georgia Institute of Technology. He graduated with a BS degree in Computer Science in 1998. Following college he went to work for PriceWaterhouseCoopers as a Management Consultant.
In his spare time, Trey enjoys playing golf, tennis, following his kid’s sports, and traveling. He is actively involved in the community serving on the Executive Advisory Board for Atlanta Technology Professionals, Board of Ambassadors for the American Cancer Society, and Executive Ambassador for TechBridge.