Schneider Electric (Palatine, IL) introduced new software suites to address the energy management needs of customers in key market segments. The new suites are part of Schneider Electric’s innovative StruxureWare software, the company’s platform of integrated software applications that will help its customers maximize business performance and be more efficient and sustainable. StruxureWare software provides customers a simple integration, consistent user experience and scalable platform across all areas of their organization. The StruxureWare software applications and suites are designed to be integrated seamlessly within Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure architecture portfolio and can also be used as “stand alone” software tools and services within existing process and building environments. Schneider Electric introduced its EcoStruxure architecture in 2009 to connect a customer’s five domains of business expertise – power, data centers, process and machines, building control, and physical security. The StruxureWare market segment software suites are customized bundles of software applications that facilitate a more targeted approach to efficiency for customers within a specific segment. They can be fully implemented across an organization or phased in over time. They are flexible, easily integrated with third-party and legacy products and can perform across existing customer devices and platforms. Currently available, StruxureWare for Data Centers is the model for the other suites. It is a management software suite designed to simplify the installation and deployment of power and cooling and provide visibility to all domains that effect the data center environment. It combines previously independent offerings for monitoring, automation, planning and implementation to provide a multifaceted, complete view of all functions of the data center, providing a simple, integrated experience for many users and groups who manage both the facility and IT infrastructure environments.
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