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Spearheading betterment with a proactive approach, Siemens Philippines is galvanising a multitude of industries with its technological expertiseWriter: Jonathan DybleProject Manager: Matt Cole-WilkinTransformation is a word that has become synonymous with industry 4.0.As the implementation of new technologies is increasingly enabling business excellence, from smart factories to IoT to cloud computing, investment into this progressive sphere is becoming a must throughout a number of different industries.According to forecasts from the esteemed International Data Corporation, approximately $1.3 trillion will be spent on digital transformation technologies this year, marking a 16.8 percent increase on the $1.1 trillion spent last year.And while firms the world over actively finance their own digital transformation initiatives, those who are enabling the tech revolution, such as Siemens Philippines, will continue to prosper.“For the last 124 years, Siemens has been a technology partner to the major players in the energy, manufacturing, building technologies, mobility and healthcare sectors in the Philippines,” says Jorel Nuyda, the Company’s President and CEO. “Through our technological competencies in the areas of electrification, automation, and digitalisation, we remain committed to enhancing our customers’ operational efficiencies and profitability, consequently delivering impactful contributions that create lasting value for society.”Transforming industryA fully owned subsidiary of Siemens AG, Siemens Philippines employs almost 400 people across the country with offices in Makati and a power plant in Santa Rita, Batangas.In the eyes of Nuyda, this is one of the Company’s most impressive developments to date, home to the 414 MW San Gabriel Combined Cycle Power Plant.“This is a landmark project that we have built, and now

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Siemens Philippines

Spearheading betterment with a proactive approach, Siemens Philippines is galvanising a multitude of industries with its technological expertiseWriter: Jonathan DybleProject Manager: Matt Cole-WilkinTransformation is a word that has become synonymous with industry 4.0.As the implementation of new technologies is increasingly enabling business excellence, from smart factories to IoT to cloud computing, investment into this progressive sphere is becoming a must throughout a number of different industries.According to forecasts from the esteemed International Data Corporation, approximately $1.3 trillion will be spent on digital transformation technologies this year, marking a 16.8 percent increase on the $1.1 trillion spent last year.And while firms the world over actively finance their own digital transformation initiatives, those who are enabling the tech revolution, such as Siemens Philippines, will continue to prosper.“For the last 124 years, Siemens has been a technology partner to the major players in the energy, manufacturing, building technologies, mobility and healthcare sectors in the Philippines,” says Jorel Nuyda, the Company’s President and CEO. “Through our technological competencies in the areas of electrification, automation, and digitalisation, we remain committed to enhancing our customers’ operational efficiencies and profitability, consequently delivering impactful contributions that create lasting value for society.”Transforming industryA fully owned subsidiary of Siemens AG, Siemens Philippines employs almost 400 people across the country with offices in Makati and a power plant in Santa Rita, Batangas.In the eyes of Nuyda, this is one of the Company’s most impressive developments to date, home to the 414 MW San Gabriel Combined Cycle Power Plant.“This is a landmark project that we have built, and now

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