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Schneider Electric Announces ATS as Critical Partner

22.06.2020, 13:01

Schneider Electric Announces ATS as Critical Partner

Schneider Electric has appointed energy and automation solutions provider Associated Technology Services (ATS) as a Critical Power EcoXpert Partner for its building management software.

 
ATS, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, became a building management software EcoXpert Partner in 2016 and an EcoXpert ‘MASTER’ partner in 2019. The company serves several market segments including Healthcare, Commercial Real Estate, and Education across the South of England.

David Lam, sales director at Schneider Electric, says: “It’s great to have ATS on board. The current drive for enhanced connectivity and a remotely managed world has made the partnership even more important.

“ATS brings an array of benefits to the partnership, including an established customer base.
 

“We’re excited for ATS to expand and utilise the Schneider Electric EcoStruxure Power Platform, leveraging our Connected and Smart infrastructure offers that include Advanced Power Quality Metering, Power Monitoring Expert and Power Advisor Analytics. The package of offers greatly enhances any Smart Building by creating greater awareness for Power Quality Analysis, Energy Monitoring and Savings in today’s ever-changing landscape.”

“We are delighted to continue expanding our partnership and deepen our association with Schneider Electric, having developed and implemented many opportunities very successfully with the EcoStruxure BMS product line over the years,” adds Mathew Baker, ATS managing director. “We appreciate the capability that the EcoStruxure platform brings and are keen to expand our business into additional areas that are aligned to our core capabilities.

“This will enable us to further help meet the expectations of our end user clients. The partnership allows us to take advantage of the EcoStruxure Power offer so we can provide a genuinely integrated solution across BMS, Energy Management and Power solutions to our customers with the quality and assurance backing of Schneider Electric.”

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