Schneider Electric Discusses End-to-End Services and Energy Management

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Schneider Electric Discusses End-to-End Services and Energy Management


Schneider Electric, a global leader in integrated critical power and cooling services, at the Frost & Sullivan Annual Best Practices Awards Banquet, shared insights into the importance of end-to-end services as a critical success factor to data center customers. The event saw the energy management specialist take home the "UPS Vendor of the Year" and the "Service Provider of the Year" awards for Southeast Asia for 2012.

Schneider Electric, which is increasingly acknowledged for its customer focus and IT product offerings, singled out ASEAN as a market to watch in coming years. TS Khoo, vice president for Schneider Electric's ASEAN IT Business took to the stage following his acceptance of the prestigious Service Provider of the Year award, explaining the company's commitment to energy management and complete solutions.

"We continue to focus on delivering integrated and innovative end-to-end data center solutions that are business-wise and future-driven. Our customer insights across ASEAN reveal availability, efficiency and scalability to be the main challenges in IT today. As a trusted data center advisor, Schneider Electric has been assisting customers with these challenges by educating them on DCIM processes, guiding them through the important workflows, using the correct tools and embracing software such as StruxureWare," shares Khoo.

The news was presented at The Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, which hosted the annual awards ceremony, acknowledging Schneider Electric's continuing efforts in leading market share and demonstrating innovative approaches.

Based on performance and excellence, the notable UPS Vendor of the Year award is presented to a standout organization that has demonstrated the highest level of achievement in its respective market. The Service Provider of the Year award acknowledges an organization's leadership in service support infrastructure and customer value. Judging criteria involves Frost & Sullivan analysts measuring market penetration, leadership in customer value, growth strategy and implementation, in addition to product and service innovation.

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