Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Marketing director appointed to communications group.

Technology marketing veteran to guide worldwide efforts to promote HART, FOUNDATION Fieldbus, and FDI technologies.

Paul Sereiko has been appointed as Director of Marketing with the FieldComm Group. Mr. Sereiko has spent much of his career marketing and managing technology products. His broad experience across multiple industries including sensing, wireless communications, embedded systems and telecom, coupled with roles in both large organisations and startups gives him a unique perspective and approach to help develop the strategic marketing direction of the organisation.

Paul Sereiko
As the Director of Marketing for FieldComm Group, Mr. Sereiko will be responsible for guiding worldwide marketing efforts to position FieldComm Group technologies in the marketplace, expand membership and increase the adoption of digital automation solutions in plant environments across the world. He will oversee all marketing activities including seminars, tradeshows, user group meetings, technical demonstrations and marketing communications to promote FieldComm Group and its technology portfolio.

"The combination of the HART Communication Foundation, the Fieldbus Foundation, and the addition of FDI within FieldComm Group provides a unique opportunity to create a standards-based platform to create actionable information from digital automation data", stated Sereiko. "I look forward to building marketing programs with our global marketing team, member companies, and end-user groups to accelerate adoption of the FieldComm Group technology platform."

Ted Masters, President & CEO of FieldComm Group, welcomed Sereiko by stating “We are excited to have Paul join the team in this strategic role for FieldComm Group. Paul has a wealth of experience in linking market messages to strategic direction for many technology rich companies in our markets. He comes aboard at an exciting time to help us communicate and educate the market on the new FieldComm Group and the value of connecting and integrating digital data within their plants to improve operations.”

Mr. Sereiko has served in vice president and executive vice president of marketing roles with numerous organisations, and has served as president and CEO of others. He holds a BS in Computer Engineering and an MBA in Marketing & Finance from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management.

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