Sander van Dasselaar, Vice President Business Unit Industry
Sander van Dasselaar
Sander van Dasselaar has a bachelor degree in Business Administration from the Hogeschool Utrecht and is studying Strategy & Innovation at the Open University. He worked at Yokogawa in Industrial Automation (IA) and later in Instrumentation where he held various sales and marketing roles. Sander has been working at Schneider Electric Nederland for 11 years and has been responsible for the last four years as Vice President for the Business Unit Industry. His personal mission is to contribute to the digitization of the Industry. Sander is passionate about getting the best out of people, continuously improving and is convinced that a person is never too old to learn. In addition to his work at Schneider Electric, he holds a management position at the FHI (Federation of the Instrument), an industry association that aims to strengthen joint industrial interests in and outside the Netherlands and to create added value for members.
Presentation: How digitization changes business models and drives innovation
The business benefits of digital transformation.
Digitization is essential for effective market competition and offers benefits in terms of capital expenditure (CapEx), operational expenditure (OpEx) but also sustainability. Sander van Dasselaar, VP Industry at Schneider Electric, explains the potential of the digital transformation in Industrial Automation and how that translates into the daily practice of players in the Industrial sector.