Luc Raeskin has been appointed as the new CEO of 4Industry, the pioneering Connected Worker Platform for manufacturers.
Utrecht, August 2022 – Luc Raeskin has been appointed as the new CEO of 4Industry, the pioneering Connected Worker Platform for manufacturers. Raeskin’s nomination is part of a larger development within the 4Mation Group, the holding company that owns 4Industry.
The Future of 4Industry
4Industry is growing rapidly, and to foster that growth, several changes are being made to the organization and its structure. First of all, 4Industry is in the process of becoming an entity that’s independent from the 4Mation Group. This is necessary to fuel its development in the coming years.
Secondly, Luc Raeskin has been appointed as the new CEO of 4Industry. This role was previously fulfilled by Elmer de Valk, who will continue to be a part of 4Industry, now serving as its CRO.
Elmer de Valk: “I am thrilled to see Luc leading 4Industry into its future development. He is the visionary and driver behind 4Industry and has been key to its success. He brings with him great subject matter expertise on the connected worker, an outstanding track record in building product development organizations, and unparalleled energy, vision, and leadership skills.”
At 4Industry, we connect people and machines. By revolutionizing the way we collect, aggregate, share, and respond to manufacturing data with our Connected Worker Platform, people can work better, smarter, and safer.
By putting the connected worker at the heart of the factory, and not technology, the platform—built on ServiceNow—drives operator efficiency and happiness thanks to an intuitive mobile-enabled UI, thus lowering costs and increasing MTTR and OEE.
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