Schneider Electric president honored with achievement award
The Schneider Electric North American Operating Division recently announced that Chris Curtis, president of Schneider Electric USA , has been honored as a pioneer of sales and marketing with a 2007 Lifetime Achievement Award from Frost & Sullivan , a global growth consulting company.
“I am honored to be chosen as a recipient of Frost & Sullivan’s 2007 Lifetime Achievement Award,” said Curtis. “Over the last three years, our North American Operating Division has made great progress in many areas of our business. Our collective efforts have helped us excel in key areas, including growth, profitability, and customer satisfaction improvements, and I am proud to be in a position to help drive the company’s top goals.”
The Sales and Marketing Lifetime Achievement Awards are given each year to individuals whose careers are characterized by a legacy rich in accomplishments and achievements. The award recognizes the individual’s vision, style, management, and dedication toward making a difference in his or her field.
“Under his leadership, Schneider Electric USA will continue to grow. This can be attributed to Curtis’ strong understanding of the Schneider Electric culture and continued focus on working with customers to achieve high product quality and customer satisfaction,” said Visual Sapura, program manager, Power Systems Group at Frost & Sullivan.
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