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RDM appoints BMS Develepment Manager

Resource Data Management has appointed Graeme Ross as BMS Development Manager as it aims to increase growth in the sector.

In a statement the company said: “Whilst the refrigeration market segment remains undisputedly a top priority for RDM, Mr Ross will lead RDMs growth into the BMS sector.

Graeme is a multi-disciplined manager with a wealth of experience across wide-ranging roles. In particular, by working as Operation Manager for Schneider Electric over the last 4 years, where he managed a team of project managers working on flagship projects including the Commonwealth Games 2014. He brings with him vast experience in integrated systems sales for Building Management, Energy and Lighting control.”

Mr Ross has said: “Having been in the building control sector for 25 years, I have held RDM solutions in high regard, specifically their combination of power and ease of use, which is well received by installers and users alike. It is especially exciting as my appointment comes just ahead of the launch of RDMs new energy dashboard software, which will further enhance the end to end solutions that we can tailor make for each client’’

Announcing the new structure, Andrew Chandler said: “Demand for RDM products is growing rapidly, with many new customers converting to our systems due to their power, ease of use and cost-effectiveness. These new appointments bring unprecedented levels of professionalism, deep knowledge and experience of the marketplace, with a proven track record in their respective fields.

This will help us manage the expanding global demand for RDM products, and provide invaluable insights to help us continue to anticipate future needs. It is an exciting time to be in the controls business.”

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