Schneider Electric launches mySchneider for customers and partners

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We have spoken before about data silos and how they make things like POPIA compliance a bit of a pain, but if you’re a Schneider Electric partner, getting rid of those silos just became a lot easier.

This morning, Schneider Electric unveiled it’s all new digital portal, mySchneider which is described as “an all-in-one personalised digital experience for its customers and partners”.

For business owners this means being able to consolidate their various services and tools into one location making operations a bit smoother and compliance with legislation, simpler.

“It is our priority to provide an efficient, 24×7 online experience to meet the requirements of our customers,” explains chief digital officer at Schneider Electric, Peter Weckesser. “mySchneider experience is a fundamental building block within our digital transformation strategy that prioritises customer needs and helps us deliver best-in-class digital tools and capabilities for our customers”.

Through mySchneider, customers and partners have access to a wide range of dashboards and options regarding what content they want to see. For partners, this includes business opportunities, product information, quotations, orders, order tracking, financials, training, and partnership programs. Facility managers can get an optimal view of their facility thanks to visualisation of assets, contracts, life cycles and services planned.

Customers meanwhile can set notifications to learn more about new products, there are webinars to attend, white papers to read and updates to technical documents that will be made available through Schneider Electric’s website.

As mentioned, mySchneider has just launched and you can sign up here.

Brendyn Lotz

Brendyn Lotz

Brendyn Lotz writes news, reviews, and opinion pieces for Hypertext. His interests include SMEs, innovation on the African continent, cybersecurity, blockchain, games, geek culture and YouTube.