Energy management and automation company, Schneider Electric, has named Mauro DelleMonache as its new industry director for Australia.
DelleMonache will head the company's automation product offer, as part of Schneider Electric's overall automation efficiency solutions, to help businesses unlock information currently being gathered by many of their industrial systems.
"Our customers have been creating information for years within their factories, mines and sites. This information is becoming much more valuable for our customers as they analyse trends to help them become more efficient and productive," he said.
DelleMonache mentioned its products and solutions can help business owners gain efficiencies and create greater knowledge and understanding of their business.
"The Internet of Things is an evolving space in our industry and Schneider Electric plays in the development of intelligent and cost effective devices and platforms to bring value to customers.
"Our solutions can also provide OEMs and System Integrators with a cost advantage and value proposition in a very competitive environment. The number of these devices will only grow, and I look forward to working with our customers to implement these technologies into their business," he said.
DelleMonache joins Schneider Electric after almost 20 years with Rockwell Automation, where he held roles across engineering, sales and marketing, including leadership positions in Canada, and, more recently, in Australia.
He was the company's marketing director before taking on this new role with Schneider Electric and held this position for more than four years. Prior to that, he was the company's state manager for three years.
DelleMonache claimed his experience positions him well for this new role at Schneider Electric, which will open up new segments for him to work in.
"I am passionate about the field I work in, and this move to Schneider Electric is an exciting opportunity to expand my knowledge across new segments. I am very much looking forward to the diversity the new role will bring," he added.
Source: ARN Australia
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