DALLAS—Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management, today announced a series of training events for partners and employees that will arm them with practical tools, strategies and best practices for implementing the SmartStruxure Building Management System (BMS) and helping customers modernize their building infrastructure. Schneider Electric’s Frontline Exchange2014 events are taking place in cities throughout the U.S. in June and July 2014.
The potential to reduce energy consumption in existing and new commercial buildings is enormous. Today’s buildings represent about 40 percent of the world’s energy consumption on average. Even more, 30 percent of the energy used in commercial buildings is wasted, resulting in soaring utility costs. By modernizing building management systems through a phased approach that avoids a “rip out and replace” model, building owners can realize the benefits of the latest BMS technology with limited investment, minimal downtime and peace of mind that their building will be supported every step of the way.
By attending a free Frontline Exchange2014 event, attendees will have access to over 15 technical and business focused sessions that will enable them to help customers modernize their facilities through a phased approach to Schneider Electric’s SmartStruxure solution. SmartStruxure maximizes building efficiency and reduces operating costs across the entire lifecycle of a facility by integrating customized hardware, software, engineering, installation and services to ensure customers’ facilities are energy-efficient and effectively managed.
Registration is currently open for the following Frontline Exchange2014 events:
June 10-11: Doubletree Hotel Brownstone, Raleigh, NC
June 12-13: Marriott Dallas Quorum, Dallas, TX
June 17-18: Hilton Rosemont Hotel, Chicago, IL
June 19-20: Schneider Electric Tech Center, St Louis, MO
June 24-25: Wyndham Andover Hotel, Andover, MA
June 26-27: Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, Baltimore, MD
July 14-15: Hilton San Fran Financial District, San Francisco, CA
“Today’s building managers are faced with the challenge of integrating “old” and “new” systems in their facility to achieve maximum efficiency at minimal cost and with limited disruption to daily operations,” said Jim Sandelin, Senior Vice President, Buildings Business, Schneider Electric. “We are pleased to be offering these trainings to help our partners and employees develop critical skills for transitioning legacy systems and implementing modern BMS solutions that will ultimately help facility leaders save energy, reduce costs and optimize their facilities to ensure long-term viability.”
For more information and to register for an event, please contact your Schneider Electric Regional Sales Manager.Tagged with tED