Pune: Schneider Electric India (SE) – the global specialist in energy management and automation – today showcased its Intelligent Business Management Systems (IBMS) to the IT/ITes, and the BFSI fraternity along with other commercial buildings over a series of meeting held at Taj Gateway hotel, Pune. During a roundtable discussion on ‘Smart Facilities: Staying Ahead of the Curve’, the company helped demystify the roadmap and outlined the benefits of deploying the Internet of Things (IoT) technologies for sustainable, state-of-the-art facilities management practices offering the best value for money.
The discussions elaborated on delivering smarter, converged solutions for higher performance; building a technology-savvy Facilities Management team for Smart Building management; securing stakeholder buy-in and ensuring favourable ROIs on Smart Building projects via the best value propositions; using Big Data and Buildings Analytics for the right decision-making; and fostering a Smart future via Smart Buildings that ascertain greater bottom-line value. These benefits are possible through SEI’s Intelligent Business Management Systems customised for the IT/ITeS sector and other domains.
Elaborating on the occasion, Mr Srirangarajan Kadaba, Director, Solution Business, Schneider Electric India, said: “While there is much talk about the benefits of using the IoT to drive Smart Facilities and Smart operations, varied stakeholders, including IT/ITeS businesses, do not know how to go about this. The Smart Facilities Roundtable helped them understand the benefits of using IoT and Building Analytics to improve operational excellence and efficiency, while harnessing these technologies for increased productivity. Besides boosting bottom-lines, Smart Facilities ensure greater productivity and sustainability. Moreover, with Pune being developed as a Smart City, it is imperative that various stakeholders fully comprehend what Smart Facilities are all about and how to deploy them to stay ahead of the curve.”
With IT/ITeS margins coming under increasing pressure quarter after quarter, year after year, the IT industry needs to create Smart Facilities that can help curb costs by up to 30% in the long run. The Roundtable demystified how this was possible by using IoT and Building Analytics.
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