Torlys welcomes first category manager

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Toronto, Ontario—Torlys, a global flooring company, welcomed Amy Bonenfant as category manager, a newly-created role as part of Torlys continued investment in its product development division.

Backed by 17 years in the flooring industry as a category leader who held key strategic product management roles, Bonenfant now leads the product selection process and strategy for Torlys wood-based product portfolio along with managing the life cycle of all stock programs, according to the company.

“Attracting Amy is a great win for the entire Torlys team,” said JF Pelletier, product management director at Torlys. “Amy is an experienced category manager with extensive expertise in managing a wide range of product assortments in a global supplier matrix environment. She also brings significant experience in the flooring industry, with a proven track record of category management excellence and driving results from both retail and commercial customers. Amy joins Torlys at a critical inflection point as we are building an integrated product management organization to better compete in the marketplace with increased speed of execution on product innovation.”

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