Schneider Electric launches Mission Critical Services and Software Division

Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management, today announced the expansion of its IT Business with the launch of the Schneider Electric Mission Critical Services & Software division, offering software and services for any size data center, in any segment.

Resulting from Schneider Electric’s acquisition of Lee Technologies in 2011, the launch represents the full integration of Schneider Electric’s end-to-end energy management services with Lee Technologies’ data center lifecycle methodology.

Also launching today is the new Data Center Service Provider Team, a team of specialists designed to meet the business and technology needs of co-location, hosting and cloud businesses.

The Data Center Service Provider Team is a multi-disciplinary team that brings together solution architects, global project management and execution, supply chain and account managers to deliver innovative solutions and operational models that address this segment’s business imperatives around speed, profitability and scalability.

 “The launch of Schneider Electric’s Mission Critical Services & Software division and the Data Center Service Provider Team places Schneider Electric in a strategic position as the leader in end-to-end data center energy management,” said Rob McKernan, senior vice president, Americas, Schneider Electric IT Business.
 “We provide one-of-a-kind, holistic, and fully-comprehensive solutions that are unique and currently unavailable in today’s market, with energy management capabilities from planning, building and operations to energy procurement, lifecycle management and software, all from one company. This is further complemented by our team of consultative and technical experts that provide guidance every step of the way.”

Schneider Electric’s Mission Critical Services & Software division provides comprehensive offerings, including planning, design, commissioning, maintenance and operations, and assessments.
The Schneider Electric IT Business also announced new leadership appointments for both the Mission Critical Services & Software Division and Data Center Service Provider Team.
Jason Schafer is now director, technology & operations management, Mission Critical Services and Software. Mike Hagan is now vice president – Data Center Solutions Provider Division and Joe Reele has been named vice president, Data Center Solutions Architects.

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