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Emerson Network Power merges enterprise, telecom and industrial market management under central leadership

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Emerson Network Power , an Emerson business has merged its enterprise, telecom and industrial market management teams under the leadership of Chee Hoe Ling. This strategic move is expected to better provide a full portfolio of value-added services comprising of market-leading products and solutions; competitive bids and proposals; pricing; sound technical expertise; value engineering and market development activities.

Businesses are increasingly requiring higher criticality from their support infrastructure, resulting in larger data centres and a stronger bottom line focus.

Anand Sanghi, president of Emerson Network Power in Asia explains that the growing digitalisation of businesses has seen a corresponding rise in their reliance on critical infrastructure that will support the rapid generation of data and keep core operations running. He adds that today’s customers seek solution providers and not just product vendors, a market shift that will be addressed by Chee Hoe’s leadership.

Prior to his promotion, Chee Hoe achieved tremendous success driving the growth of Emerson Network Power’s telecom and enterprise business. Currently reporting to Sanghi, Chee Hoe has 20 years of experience in the telecommunications and utilities industry, having worked in Siemens, Cap Gemini, Nortel Networks, Accenture and Maxis.

According to Chee Hoe, the merger of Emerson’s industrial business with their telecom and enterprise business aims to leverage on best practices and processes, which have consistently produced results for the company.

Chee Hoe holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology and an MBA from University Putra Malaysia. He is based in Kuala Lumpur.

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