Chris Meyerpeter named c.i.o. at Ardent Mills

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Chris Meyerpeter, Ardent Mills
Chris Meyerpeter has been named chief information officer for Ardent Mills.

DENVER — Chris Meyerpeter has joined Ardent Mills L.L.C. as chief information officer and a member of the company’s senior leadership team.

At Ardent Mills, Mr. Meyerpeter will oversee the information technology function and will be responsible for driving the company’s I.T. strategy, objectives and goals as well as providing innovative enterprise solutions.

Dan Dye, Ardent Mills
Dan Dye, c.e.o. of Ardent Mills

“We are excited to announce Chris as the c.i.o. of Ardent Mills,” said Dan Dye, chief executive officer. “He comes to Ardent Mills with extensive experience in building and leading diverse teams to support innovative businesses.”

Mr. Meyerpeter most recently was senior director of information technology — customer digital experience at Monsanto Co., St. Louis. He spent 21 years at Monsanto in various I.T. positions. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Lindenwood University, St. Charles, Mo.

At Ardent Mills, Mr. Meyerpeter will report to John Barton, chief financial officer.

John Barton, Ardent Mills
John Barton, c.f.o. of Ardent Mills

“With more than 20 years working with an agricultural company, Chris brings a vast background and skill set along with an innovative approach to technology solutions,” Mr. Barton said. “His expertise will allow Ardent Mills to drive simplicity, one of our core values, across the company. In addition to his history in working with global leaders to identify strategic initiatives and solutions, he will bring a fresh lens to the way we operate and will help nourish the innovative nature of our company. We are pleased to welcome Chris to the Ardent Mills family.”

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