Schneider Electric Appoints New Country President for Malaysia

 

Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, has appointed Astri Ramayanti Dharmawan as its new country president for
Schneider Electric Malaysia to support the company’s growth in Malaysia and Brunei.

The previous country president Soo Pow Leong, who led Schneider Electric Malaysia operations over the past five years, has now been promoted to Vice President Digital Energy for East Asia Zone.

Astri brings over 20 years of experience in sales and marketing, having worked with well-known multinational companies in the technology and electrical distribution industries. In the past three years, she held the post of vice president for the IT division in Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei, for Schneider Electric IT, where she managed the entire IT business that Schneider Electric is involved in, including solutions and products for data centre physical infrastructure such as power & cooling, software, and services.

“I’m thrilled to lead the Schneider Electric team and work alongside the teams from Malaysia and Brunei. As a leader of digital transformation of energy management & automation, the company continues to support and grow with its customers & partners by enhancing the values around safety, reliability, efficiency, sustainability and connectivity. We are not only driving innovation for our customers and partners, but also
fostering our company’s culture and employees to continue being leader in New Digital Economy” she said.

In her new role, Astri will oversee all strategic initiatives and operational efficiency processes while leading the company towards successful revenue and organic growth. She aspires to drive the Malaysian team to improve the lives of people in the world by developing sustainable energy solutions for customers, in home, building, data centres and infrastructure.

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