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Scot Wlodarczak

No Longer with Cisco

Scot joined Cisco in early 2016, where he now manages the industrial marketing team, focused in the manufacturing, oil & gas, and utilities space. He and his team are responsible for developing strategy and content for Cisco offers in the industrial space, specifically around helping these customers on their digital transformation journey, and bridging the gap between IT and operations. Scot previously worked for Rockwell Automation for over 11 years. At Rockwell he was the Regional Marketing Leader for the Western US for their Architecture and Software business, responsible for addressing key customer issues, launching new products, closing key opportunities, creating marketing programs and materials, and helping with sales enablement efforts in the US.

He has experience in Automation and Process across a wide range of industries. Previously, Scot worked as a Marketing and Sales Manager, and Regional Sales Manager for other tech companies.

Scot holds a Mechanical Engineering degree from SUNY - Buffalo, and an MBA from Colorado University. He has experience in Discrete Automation and Process across a wide range of industries, as well as a Predictive Maintenance background with a Vibration Level II analysis certification.

He lives in Colorado.

Twitter: @ScotWlodarczak

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/scot-wlodarczak-360b0788

Articles

October 28, 2016

MANUFACTURING

Your industrial network doesn’t have to be a scary movie

Another Halloween is upon us, and jack o’lanterns, ghosts, and diabolical clowns are springing up everywhere. October is also National Cybersecurity Month—another reminder that the world can be...

A better way to collaborate in industry

Efficient collaboration helps workers connect to expert resources faster and speed time to market. In short, it helps lower costs and improve profits.

September 19, 2016

MANUFACTURING

The top 5 reasons to avoid unmanaged switches on your machines

What many manufacturers don’t know is that managed switches can protect against major security risks, guarantee your machine performs its best, and maximize uptime.

April 21, 2016

MANUFACTURING

How to Use IoT to Improve Plant Profitability

There is great potential in manufacturing with the Internet of Things – the challenge is realizing that potential and getting started on your journey.