Servitization Example: Schneider Electric

Schneider Electric is a multinational business headquartered in France, generating €25.7bn revenue in 2018 and employing over 137,000 people worldwide, with a presence in over 100 countries. Its product range covers building automation, industrial safety and control systems, electric power distribution and power management, electrical grid automation and critical power and cooling for data centres.

With the growing adoption of the as-a-service business model across industries and customers demanding more predictable operating costs and reallocation of resources to focus on their core business activities. Schneider Electric rose to the challenge through their EcoStruxure Outcomes: Secure Power as a Service which focuses on customers with micro data centres, critical cooling and uninterruptable power needs, such as hospitals, food manufacturers and retailers.

We have worked with Ben Wilson, Marketing and Offer Manager at Schneider Electric to put together our latest case study. In this case study, we explore how Schneider Electric were first to market with EcoStruxure Outcomes: Secure Power as a Service, from inception to a market ready offering, with the first customer secured, in just eighteen months.

Download our case study and join us this October to learn all about servitization and how businesses around the world are adopting servitized business models.

Want to hear more from Ben? Watch Servitization Live on demand to hear an in-depth insight into Schneider Electric’s service offer in his presentation on 5 October.