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Schneider Electric has four new partners to the Master Level of Schneider Electric’s System Integrator (SI) Alliance Program. The new Australian partners, Sage Automation, Hunter H20, Cromarty and Alliance Automation, bring a range of expertise and experience to the program, which provides specialist support to Schneider’s customers.
The Schneider Electric SI Alliance Program was developed to embrace Schneider’s network of loyal and talented system integrators. Membership for the program offers partners increased business cooperation and the ability to increase technical capabilities, while making it easy to work together. The Alliance program is about leveraging local expertise together with Schneider Electric’s range of solution architectures, hardware, and software to help businesses grow.
Master Level is the highest level of this program, and is evidence of these partners outstanding technical expertise in project execution, capabilities in automation and process applications. The new partners join an exclusive group of system integration companies including, Electro 80 and SAFEgroup as the only partners at this level in Australia.
“We’re excited to award SAGE Automation, Hunter H20, Cromarty and Alliance Automation our highest level in the Systems Integrator Program. They all have been long term partners of Schneider Electric and are the industry leaders in their field, we look forward to working with them in this new capacity,” said Shaun Loesch, System Integrator channel manager for Industry Business at Schneider Electric.
“The addition of these Australian partners to a program like Schneider Electric’s System Integrator Alliance Program, shows their world class expertise and understanding of automation,” he said.
“Sage Automation is proud to have been recognised with Schneider’s Master Alliance status. This level of relationship with Schneider demonstrates our commitment to offer the industry’s best technical people and insightful collaborative solutions. We could not be better positioned to deliver the best thinking to support our clients as we enter the age of digital disruption,” said Adrian Fahey, CEO, Sage Automation
“Hunter H2O has had a long association with Schneider Electric. Joining the highly regarded Schneider Alliance Master program has provided Hunter H2O with a recognised accreditation which sets us apart from our competitors. The Schneider program has provided us access to in-depth training, expert technical support, input into product development and exposure to the latest trends and technology in the industry, ensuring that Hunter H2O as Water industry specialist is at the leading edge of the industry,” said David Bowerman, general manager electrical and SCADA, Hunter H20.
“Cromarty has a long history with Schneider Electric. During this time Cromarty has developed a deep understanding of Schneider’s products to help us deliver great outcomes to our customers. Cromarty is very pleased to be accepted into Schneider’s Master Alliance program enabling us to bring the very best solutions to our customers,” said Phillip Gaunt, managing director, Cromarty.
“We are extremely pleased to have been recognised as a Schneider Electric Master Alliance Partner. Our businesses are founded on high integrity and strong ethics, we share a passion for excellence and a quality and value focus. We look forward to continuing close collaboration with Schneider Electric, with the combined strength of this partnership we hope to deliver exceptional outcomes and certainty to our customers,” said Chris Cooney, general manager, Alliance Automation.