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Tracey GatlinTracey Gatlin, CRP
Director, Global Supply Chain Managemnet

Tracey Gatlin joined SIRVA in 2001, and has since held various positions within sales and marketing, operations, risk and global supply chain. These roles have provided her with extensive knowledge of the relocation process.

In her current role, Gatlin is responsible for SIRVA’s relocation supply chain department. Her supply chain team manages over 1,500 suppliers around the world. She works collaboratively with operations, finance, IT, risk, client services and sales to ensure supplier availability, best-in-class performance and cost effectiveness globally.

Gatlin is a contributor to SIRVA’s globalCONNECTIONS Blog. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point. She has earned her Six Sigma Green Belt. She is holds her Certified Relocation ProfessionalTM designation and earned the Meritorious Service Award from Worldwide ERC® in 2013. She is a member of the Institute for Supply Management (ISM). She authored multiple articles which have been published in both relocation and supply chain industry professional publications.


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Tuesday, July 09, 2013 by Tracey Gatlin

Growth in business and relocations in the San Francisco Bay area has created a high demand, low availability market. Sky-rocketing sales prices and multiple offers may be shocking to transferees coming into this area, so SIRVA’s clients should be prepared to face c...

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 by Tracey Gatlin

During the holidays, my sisters and I would do the same thing that my own children do today – count the presents under the Christmas tree (and of course make sure that the number of gifts is equal amongst the siblings!). I reflect on how my concern was the quantity of the gifts then, not really giving much thought to the quality.

Tuesday, July 03, 2012 by Tracey Gatlin

The Olympics remind us that successful assimilation can lead to assignment victory!

Every four years, we experience a sense of ethnocentrism rarely demonstrated at other times. This sense of pride causes us to do unusual things like buy swim trunks flanked in red, white and blue stripes, zone out in front of the television on a 90 degree day...

Tuesday, February 28, 2012 by Tracey Gatlin

Does the word “procurement” conjure fears of a slap on the wrist for paying too much for something, or feelings of uncertainty that you may be working with the “lowest bidder?”

While the perception of procurement may still be that of a tactical and administrative process that causes road blocks, there is a great deal that mobility specialists can learn from the world of procurement.

Procurement and Mobility

Thursday, April 14, 2011 by Tracey Gatlin
Recently I have been asked, “Why does SIRVA not own its own real estate companies like some other relocation companies?”

When reviewing the matter, it appears there are pros and cons to both sides. For example, do both models provide real estate resources? The simple answer is  “Yes.” But, the methodology to provide those resources is different. The relocation company-owned model generally utilizes its own real estate franchise to provide this resource, but for the unaffiliated network, a stringent sourcing process must exist to source the best rel...

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