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Schneider Electric appoints Saudi VP

Jawad Qasem will be in charge of expanding its business in the Kingdom

Schneider Electric appoints Saudi VP
Scneider Electric has appointed Abed Al Jawad Qasem as vice-president for its IT Business in Saudi Arabia.

Global specialist in energy management, Schneider Electric, has appointed Abed Al Jawad Qasem as vice-president for its IT Business in Saudi Arabia.

Qasem will be in charge of planning and implementing strategies designed to drive growth, profitable revenue streams and market expansion.

"We are pleased to have found the right candidate in Abed Al Jawad to support the growth of our core IT business. His proven track record and ability to take on challenges and convert them into profitable business ventures is a key skill that influenced our decision to entrust him with the strategic market in Saudi Arabia. We are confident he shares the Schneider Electric vision and look forward to seeing the business grow under his leadership," said Christophe Campagne, country president-Schneider Electric.

Qasem will also be responsible for overseeing the effective implementation of APC by Schneider Electric's power protection for residential and business networks and data centre infrastructure solutions through targeting enterprise ICT end-users and ensuring partners and distributers gain access to the full IT Business portfolio.

Prior to joining Schneider Electric, Qasem worked with software house Access to Arabia, Microsoft partner STS Group, Motorola partner NASCO, Alcatel Lucent partner Gulf Communications, and Cisco Gold Partner Data Consult.

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