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Trimble Announces Chief People Officer, Chief Digital Officer, Sustainability Lead and Foundation Fund Chair
As chief people officer,
"Our people are Trimble's greatest asset and the power that drives our innovation to positively impact the world," said
As Trimble's chief digital officer, Schwartz will be responsible for leading the transformation initiatives of Trimble's business systems, processes and infrastructure to better serve the customer through the transition to "as-a-service" business models.
"Mark brings a unique blend of skills and experience to this position," said Painter. "His experience in technology, systems, finance and business leadership will be instrumental in our pursuit of Trimble's digital transformation. Mark will work closely across our various businesses to develop and implement our 'as-a-service' playbook, and is charged to deliver a world-class customer experience in pursuit of our Connect and Scale 2025 strategy."
Schwartz has served as Trimble's vice president of civil construction software responsible for solutions that connect the physical and digital worlds for project owners, civil engineers and contractors. These solutions optimize the design process, allowing customers to collaborate with both owners and contractors to deliver projects on-time and under budget. Schwartz was chief operating officer of a joint venture between Trimble and Caterpillar as well as serving in several senior management roles in finance and technology over his 23-year career.
"Sustainability is one of the defining issues of our generation to address environmental challenges. For decades, Trimble solutions have contributed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combating climate change," said Painter. "The nature of Trimble's technologies provides efficiencies and promotes sustainability in our end markets such as construction, agriculture, forestry, utilities and transportation. Trimble is also taking the next steps in our corporate social responsibility efforts by appointing Leah to lead our sustainability initiative. Our leadership team is committed to further reducing our carbon footprint as well as continuing to develop solutions that enable our customers to reduce their environmental impact. With Leah's experience and leadership capabilities, Trimble is poised to do its part to help build a better world."
Throughout Lambertson's 29-year career, she has held a variety of director and senior-level management roles with increasing responsibilities leading Trimble's worldwide supply chain including manufacturing, IT, real estate and facilities. Lambertson has led compliance programs such as ISO certifications, conflict minerals reporting, environmental compliance (RoHS and WEE) and supply chain transparency. She began her career at Trimble as a process engineer in 1991.
"I am grateful to transition this role to Albert whose passion for, and experience in, philanthropic work will inspire and engage Trimble employees, while having a lasting impact on the communities we serve," said Painter. "Trimble is so much more than a manufacturer of innovative technology; we pride ourselves as being a responsible corporate citizen, deeply involved in the things that matter to our employees, customers and world."
Prior to joining Trimble in 2017, Momo was a management and program analyst at
Trimble is transforming the way the world works by delivering products and services that connect the physical and digital worlds. Core technologies in positioning, modeling, connectivity and data analytics enable customers to improve productivity, quality, safety and sustainability. From purpose built products to enterprise lifecycle solutions, Trimble software, hardware and services are transforming industries such as agriculture, construction, geospatial and transportation. For more information about
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