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Schneider Electric Expands Across the GCC and Pakistan

Schneider Electric, a global leader in energy management, has announced the expansion of its system integrators (SI) network to include the GCC and Pakistan through the company’s global SI Alliance partner programme, which provides partners with exclusive training and certification, focused technical consultancy, access to cutting-edge technology, and extensive marketing and sales support.

Accrescent Engineers Pvt Ltd in Pakistan, Acanceon, Silvertech Middle East FZCO and Microcontrol in the UAE, and Rukan Al Yaqeen International LLC in Oman are among the system integrators in the region that have lately joined the network.

The SI Alliance partner programme is a network of independent system integrators offering customers their local expertise and presence combined with the latest innovations from Schneider Electric. System integrators enable clients to increase their overall business productivity by reducing implementation risks, minimising downtime and enhancing process automation. Additionally, they provide comprehensive commercial support while helping enterprises with resource allocation and cost optimisation.

Aruna Parmar, Senior Manager – Plant Solutions for Marketing and Channel Management, Schneider Electric, said:

“Since its launch in the Gulf in January 2014, the SI Alliance partner programme has received high uptake among system integrators in this region. With this programme, we seek to deliver a strong market differentiator to our partners, empowering them to consolidate their business through leveraging Schneider Electric’s portfolio of products and solutions.”

Schneider Electric’s SI Alliance partner programme includes more than 700 selected systems integrators in 30 countries, providing end-users with highly professional and qualified local resources for the integration of Schneider Electric’s innovations.

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