Taylor Boyer


Taylor serves as a director in the Strategic Sourcing + Business Optimization practice at HBR Consulting (HBR). Taylor facilitates assessments to identify existing gaps and improve bottom line results, leading to an enhanced function. Taylor has led numerous endeavors by leveraging her experience in process enhancements, client relations and project management to analyze the client’s current state and provide recommendations to improve strategies, staffing, processes and technologies. Taylor and her team also conduct software analysis and recommendations to automate client tasks with technology. Her project experience spans across procurement, A/P, library and marketing departments.

Prior to joining HBR, Taylor managed client process enhancements and software implementations at the leading provider of invoice and payment software for the construction industry. Taylor has worked closely with many cross-functional teams to develop and implement plans with a focus on change management, efficiency gains and client satisfaction.

Taylor holds the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute. She earned a bachelor’s degree in management and international business from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.

Taylor enjoys playing beach volleyball during the short Chicago summers. Outside of work, Taylor can usually be found with her husband and two children, exploring Chicago restaurants and teaching the kids to be foodies.

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