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It’s been a busy few months for Honeywell CEO Darius Adamczyk.
In March, the company unveiled a quantum computer that surpassed the capabilities of Silicon Valley competitors like Google and announced JPMorgan Chase as an inaugural customer.
Just days after that, COVID-19 began to quickly spread through the US and the company immediately ramped up production of face masks to help mitigate a shortage of the protective equipment in the early days of the crisis.
In June, Honeywell announced a new partnership with SAP to help building managers automate aspects of their facilities. It also rolled-out an ultralight cleaning system to help airlines better sanitize planes in-between flights. Then, in August, the company was added to the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
Now, as Honeywell prepares to celebrate its 100th year as a publicly-traded company, Adamczyk has no plans to slow-down the firm’s transformation from a manufacturing giant best-known for digital thermostats to a software powerhouse that can rival the offerings of firms like Salesforce.
“We’re an industrial technology company that continues to stay relevant by anticipating the needs of our customers, anticipating where the world is going, and then investing in those technologies to make sure …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Technology