Andreas Kramvis, Vice Chairman of Honeywell, focuses on enabling the global deployment of HOS Gold, advancing the Company’s software initiative through improved software development processes, and driving expansion in High Growth Regions, which are all critical components of Honeywell’s 5-year plan.
Prior to this role, Andreas served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Honeywell Performance Materials and Technologies, a global leader in process technology for the oil and gas industry as well as the development and production of high-purity, high-quality performance chemicals and materials. During his six years in the role from 2008-14, PMT increased sales by about 30% to become a $7 billon business, and operating income increased by more than 75%. Andreas has also served as the President of Honeywell’s Environmental and Combustion Controls business.
Intimately familiar with key markets and economies around the world, Andreas has managed companies with global scope across five different industries. He is the author of a book titled “Transforming the Corporation: Running a Business in the 21st Century,” which demonstrates how to systematically transform a business for high performance. Andreas is a graduate of Cambridge University, where he studied engineering specializing in electronics, and he holds an M.B.A. from Manchester Business School.
Keynote Presentation Title: The Business of Software
Keynote Presentation Summary: Andreas Kramvis, Vice Chairman of Honeywell, will discuss how software is and will continue to be a significant part of Honeywell’s growth strategy, both in the short and long term. Mr. Kramvis will cover how Honeywell’s unique digital to physical experience delivers value to customers in a wide variety of industries, improves development processes, and builds talent and platforms across the company. Software will remain a large part of Honeywell's DNA in the future and the company is committed to building excellence in its software capability, confirmed by the fact that 100% of its global software divisions are now compatible with CMMI Maturity Level 5.