Siempelkamp spurs digitalisation efforts with new advisory board member

Dr Melanie Bockemühl, new Siempelkamp advisory board member (Image: Siempelkamp)

Siempelkamp’s shareholders have elected Dr Melanie Bockemühl to the group’s advisory board, leveraging on her experience as a digital strategist to further the group’s digitalisation capabilities.

As a partner and managing director at Boston Consulting Group, Dr Bockemühl co-led the global digital economy initiative and drove the development of the digital business.

Subsequently, as a partner at Bain & Company, she set the tone in the EMEA Digital Practice Leadership team and oversaw digital transformation projects at numerous large companies.

She then held the position of vice-president and partner Global Business Services at IBM, where she was responsible for overseeing the area of digital agencies and digital consulting services.

As senior vice-president Strategy & Transformation at Diebold Nixdorf, she was responsible for the global transformation programme in Operations, which included the entire value chain from R&D, supply chain, production to service business.

“Developing and establishing digital solutions across all areas is crucial for the success of a company. We are delighted to have Dr Melanie Bockemühl join us as a new advisory board member, guiding Siempelkamp’s digital strategy alignment with her comprehensive expertise,” said Bertram Staudenmaier, chairman of the advisory board of Siempelkamp.

“Digitalisation plays a significant role in the future direction of the Siempelkamp Group. We therefore welcome Dr Melanie Bockemühl as an advisor who will support us in consistently advancing our digitalisation initiatives,” added Martin Scherrer, CEO of the Siempelkamp Group.