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Randy Burdick

Executive Vice President, Professional Services, and Chief Information Officer

Randy Burdick is SUPERVALU's executive vice president of professional services and chief information officer. In this role Burdick leads the company’s professional services business and is responsible for SUPERVALU's information technology infrastructure and personnel. He joined SUPERVALU in March 2013 with more than 28 years of experience working in retail operations and high technology manufacturing.

Prior to joining SUPERVALU, Burdick spent eight years at OfficeMax serving as the executive vice president and chief information officer. While there, he implemented supply chain improvements that created a single supply and demand planning process for B2B & B2C businesses. He also implemented an eCommerce platform supporting $2 billion in sales, drove the organization to achieve their first PCI certification in under a year, and created and led numerous new teams, including IT Architecture, IT Security and Enterprise Project Management. 

His previous experience also includes serving as group information officer for Hewlett-Packard/Compaq leading key aspects of the post merger integration efforts.  As chief information officer at Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) he led the company through its Y2K efforts and drove extensive innovations in manufacturing systems and big data analytics.  Randy began his career as an automation engineer at Harris Semiconductor and quickly rose to director of global manufacturing systems.

Burdick has published several articles in the semiconductor automation area and is a patent holder for an innovative system that calculates semiconductor product genealogy. He was also highly involved in the formation of Sematech, a consortium of United States-based semiconductor companies and spent a year at UC Berkeley as a Visiting Fellow.

Burdick earned a Bachelor of Science degree in computer engineering and a Master of Science degree in computer science from the University of South Florida.