Schneider Electric has announced Mauro DelleMonache as the company’s industry automation vice president for the Pacific region.
DelleMonache replaces Neil Smith, who has been promoted to the role of SVP process automation in Schneider Electric’s Asia Pacific business.
DelleMonache brings over 20 years’ experience working with various industries, and from small, medium to corporate enterprises in industrial automation. Having joined Schneider Electric in 2015, he will now be responsible for driving Schneider Electric’s industrial automation and software business. He most recently held the role of industrial automation sales director.
Gareth O’Reilly, Schneider Electric’s Pacific zone president and managing director, welcomed DelleMonache’s promotion to the vice president role.
“Mauro has shown exceptional leadership in the business and has made a significant contribution in simplifying the business processes, introducing digital tools and leading the digitalisation of industry in the Pacific,” O’Reilly said.
DelleMonache said he was delighted to take up the role during what he described as an exciting time for the industry.
“Sustainable and efficient operations are critical to the viability of Schneider Electric, our clients as well as the environment. Evolutions in technology are helping to redefine automation, giving companies greater ability to control their business performance in real time,” he said.
“At Schneider Electric we see that this move to digitisation is the key to unlocking untapped benefits. Of course, there are risks and challenges such as cyber security, continued need for safe operations and uncertain market conditions however, I believe Schneider Electric has been able to show how our systems and platforms with in our EcoStruxure offering bring tangible, quantifiable outcome to our customers.”