Schneider Electric will insert Transpara’s solutions into its IIoT products Schneider Electric, the global specialist in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, has signed a global OEM and distribution partnership agreement with Transpara, a developer of real-time monitoring, visualisation, and alerting software. Under the terms of the agreement, Schneider Electric will provide its customers with new IIoT solutions that enhance data visibility, context, and alerting so they can seize real-time control of their critical business risks, including risks to the efficiency, reliability, safety, and profitability of their operations. “As our customers continue their digital journeys, they seek to make their operating assets more intelligent, but aggregating, contextualising, and applying the data that comes from those assets and asset sets in a meaningful way continues to be a challenge,” said Chris Lyden, senior vice president, Process Automation, Schneider Electric. “Partnering with best-in-breed providers like Transpara helps us address these issues. Transpara’s focus on key performance indicators, which succinctly contextualise critical operating data in a user-friendly format on any device, give our customers a live view of their operations. This allows them to make better real-time decisions that improve the efficiency, reliability, safety, and profitability of their operations. This partnership… Read full this story
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