MAN paves a approach for larger digitisation

Posted on 30. Nov, 2015 by in Volkswagen Canada

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MAN paves a approach for larger digitisation

Commercial car manufacturer MAN Truck Bus is expanding a digitisation and telematics services, origination this one of a pivotal areas of a business strategy. One step in this instruction is a origination of a new ‘Telematics and Digital Solutions’ department, with Markus Lipinsky allocated as a destiny conduct and set to news directly to Joachim Drees, Chief Executive Officer of MAN Truck Bus AG.

Lipinsky formerly hold a position of CEO during program association and cloud dilettante Actano GmbH, a association that sells portfolio and plan government solutions, essentially for a automotive and aviation industries. After holding a series of opposite posts during Daimler, Lipinsky was allocated CEO of Daimler Fleetboard GmbH between 2009 and 2012, during that time he was in assign of a expansion and sale of telematics solutions for blurb car fleets. He won a Frost Sullivan Growth, Innovation Leadership Award in 2012 for a successful doing of his tellurian expansion strategy.

“I am anxious that by welcoming Markus Lipinsky to a company, we are adding a eminent consultant in digital networking to a ranks. His superb imagination will assistance MAN take adult a heading position within a attention in matters of digitisation – a pivotal area for a future. As we demeanour forward, it is transparent that offered top-quality trucks and buses is no longer enough. There is going to be ever augmenting direct among a business for digital solutions, ergonomic telematics services and networked blurb vehicles. We have now started to take stairs in this direction, notwithstanding a unsafe mercantile climate,” says Joachim Drees.

Born in 1973, Markus Lipinsky is married and has 3 children. He complicated Industrial Engineering during a Technical University of Berlin and Information Systems Manufacturing Management during Linköping University in Sweden.

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