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Blog - Siemens USA

  • Nov 27, 2017 1:51 pm EST
    Steve Bashada, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Cloud and Data Services
    The internet of things – IoT – has had its fair share of hype. By now, our customers have heard it all. They’ve heard about the exponential growth in connected devices (from eight billion today to a trillion by 2030). They’ve heard about the potential value added to global industry ($5 trillion by 2025). And they’ve particularly heard what the IoT can mean to them: transforming data into knowledge, and that knowledge into value.more...
  • Nov 7, 2017 12:00 pm EST
    David Etzwiler, CEO Siemens Foundation
    This blog is based on remarks given recently at Maryland’s STEM Festival 2017:  Blue Collar STEM Conference.  This post is part of a series focused on the launch of Siemens’ Business to Society platform. Read the full speech here There was a study recently looking at income distribution in America between 1980 and 2014. For a few decades prior to 1980, middle class and lower class incomes were consistently rising – and rising faster than those for the wealthy. Atmore...
  • Oct 12, 2017 10:30 am EDT
    David Etzwiler, CEO of the Siemens Foundation
    This post is part of a series focused on the launch of Siemens’ Business to Society platform. Learn more at: https://www.siemens.com/us/en/home/company/sustainability/business-to-society.htmlmore...
  • Oct 4, 2017 3:31 pm EDT
    Gary Amos, Americas CEO, Commercial Finance, and Anthony Casciano, Global CEO, Industry and Healthcare Finance, Siemens Financial Services
    Companies that don’t give value to society shouldn’t exist. The most competitive business strategies strive to make a difference. This is what Siemens believes, and why the company launched its Business to Society platform. Blog posts in this series, like the one below, capture a key part of what Business to Society means to Siemens: It’s about addressing some of America’s biggest challenges as part of the company’s core business strategy. Siemens’ 50,more...
  • Sep 28, 2017 4:00 pm EDT
    Lisa Davis, Member of the Managing Board of Siemens AG
    Companies that don’t give value to society shouldn’t exist. The most competitive business strategies strive to make a difference. This is what Siemens believes, and why the company launched its Business to Society platform. Blog posts in this series, like the one below, capture a key part of what Business to Society means to Siemens: It’s about addressing some of America’s biggest challenges as part of the company’s core business strategy. Siemens’ 50,more...
  • Sep 26, 2017 11:34 am EDT
    Joe Kaeser, CEO, Siemens AG
    Companies that don’t give value to society shouldn’t exist. The most competitive business strategies strive to make a difference. This is what Siemens believes, and why the company launched its Business to Society platform. Blog posts in this series, like the one below, capture a key part of what Business to Society means to Siemens: It’s about addressing some of America’s biggest challenges as part of  the company’s core business strategy. Siemensmore...
  • Sep 25, 2017 12:57 pm EDT
    Judy Marks, CEO, Siemens USA
    Today my boss, Joe Kaeser, CEO of Siemens AG, is participating in an event called The CEO Initiative. Organized by Fortune and Time, the event in New York brings together CEOs of companies that have been recognized by Fortune’s “Change the World” list for “doing well by doing good.” Building on a landmark meeting last year with Pope Francis at the Vatican, Joe and other CEOs will continue to exchange best practices as they dial in on actionable solutions to somemore...
  • Sep 18, 2017 3:37 pm EDT
    Dr. Roland Busch, Chief Technology Officer and Member of the Managing Board, Siemens AG
    Originally posted on The Climate Groupmore...
  • Jul 12, 2017 12:06 pm EDT
    David Etzwiler, Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Foundation
      As the White House shines a spotlight on workforce development to address the skills gap, the German model of apprenticeships has been appropriately offered as the gold standard from which the United States can learn. Every year in Germany, close to a million students participate in the nation’s dual system of education. Programs combine classroom with on-the-job training and a clear pathway to higher education and a quality job, contributing to Germany’s low youthmore...
  • Jun 2, 2017 9:09 am EDT
    Judy Marks, CEO, Siemens USA
    Our small business partnerships exemplify our U.S. local approach here in our company’s largest market. Though we are a global company, Siemens has been in the U.S. for more than 160 years. Today, we not only have 50,000 employees in all 50 states and Puerto Rico; we manufacture here. Siemens has more than 60 U.S. manufacturing sites that last year shipped more than $5 billion worth of high-value goods around the world. This made us a net exporter. more...