Schneider Electric, the global leader in the digital transformation of energy management and nextgen automation, has announced the launch of EcoCare service membership in India. This new service provides an exclusive level of access to your industry and critical facilities; buildings the system expertise and empowering Indian businesses to achieve higher performance, resilience, safety, and environmental sustainability goals across their entire equipment lifecycle.
EcoCare is a next-generation services plan for customers who demand top-notch expertise and proactive management of their facility and infrastructure, enabling them to drive their decarbonisation priorities while ensuring uninterrupted electrical installation uptime to support their evolving business needs. EcoCare will offer customers three different tiers to cater to their specific needs.
EcoCare Essential– Exclusive access to resources and expertise from Schneider Electric to resolve issues faster and improve the resiliency and efficiency of your business and operations. This tier includes- Priority remote access to experts, exclusive EcoCare rates on other services such as spare parts, on-site intervention within 8h including 24/7 monitoring & alarming
EcoCare Advanced– Empowering customers to run a resilient, safe, efficient, and sustainable operation by anticipating and remotely helping you mitigate risks of failures. This includes consultancy from our experts, with advanced analytics
EcoCare+ Advanced: Anticipate risks of failure to give the right support at the right time; optimise the lifecycle of assets to maximise business continuity. This tier further includes recommendations for dynamic maintenance and condition-based maintenance.
Announcing the EcoCare membership, Schneider Electric has rolled out an interesting marketing campaign that focuses on how customers can #SkipTheDrama by redefining their maintenance strategy. Schneider Electric produced a short film that draws inspiration from the suspenseful world of Hollywood horror. It showcased three distinct tales of suspense and trepidation, each representing different industry scenarios faced in India: Factory Environment, Single-Phase UPS, and DataCenter Downtime.