Gus Santelli

Gus is President and CEO of Lead Time Technology™. He is responsible for developing the strategic direction for the company. Gus is also an integral part of the supply chain consultant team that defines and delivers solutions. Gus is also a member of LTT’s Board of Directors.

Before joining Lead Time Technology™, Gus spent 21 years at E.I. DuPont de Nemours, Inc., holding a variety of technical and leadership positions. Starting in the manufacturing Process Control and Information Technology areas, Gus then moved to corporate roles in the Engineering and Corporate Business Consulting groups. As leader of Manufacturing Excellence consulting, Gus focused on Fibers Manufacturing Up-Time.

In addition, Gus spent the last 6 years in the DuPont (now INVISTA™) Fibers businesses in various supply chain leadership positions, focusing on global supply chain economic optimization and the introduction of Six Sigma methodologies. As a Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Gus led business process improvement activities for the Supply Chain and Operations areas.

Gus earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 1981 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Doug MacLean

As LTT’s CTO, Doug is responsible for the technology strategy of LeadTime Technology™. In this position, he identifies leading edge technologies for Lead Time Technology’s™ product infrastructure. Doug is also a member of the Board of Directors that is responsible for developing the strategic direction for the company’s products and services. Doug helped found Lead Time Technology™ in 1998 and is an integral part of supply chain consultant team that defines and delivers solutions. He has 18 years experience across diverse industries such as Chemicals, Polymers, Carpets, and automotive.

Before forming Lead Time Technology™, Doug held a number of corporate level technical positions at E. I. DuPont de Nemours, Inc. in Wilmington, Delaware over 13 years. He was engaged in office automation and process control software development and support. He also has experience in plant and controls engineering, consulting in the areas of manufacturing improvement and supply chain optimization within many DuPont businesses.Prior to that, Doug worked as an electrical engineer for the U.S. Army Ballistic Research Laboratory at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds.

Doug earned a B.S. in electrical engineering in 1985 from Drexel University.