Schneider, AssetPoint Partner for Asset Management

Feb. 17, 2012
Agreement means Schneider Electric will be able to offer its industrial customers access to AssetPoint’s EAM/CMMS solution to monitor and manage assets across their control systems.
Automation and energy management vendor Schneider Electric has teamed up with AssetPoint, a maker of enterprise asset management (EAM) and computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) software. Through this partnership, Schneider Electric will be able to offer its industrial customers access to AssetPoint’s EAM/CMMS solution to monitor and manage assets across their control systems.

"In order to truly implement energy and production optimization initiatives, customers need visibility into the performance of their assets," said Greg Bodenhamer, vice president, Industry End User Marketing, Solutions & Services, Industry Business, Schneider Electric (
www.schneider-electric.com/us). "With the addition of AssetPoint’s solution, we can now offer our customers a more comprehensive, end-to-end manufacturing productivity, energy management, and sustainability solution that provides insight into the performance, health and operation of all their assets."

Mike Levine, president and CEO of  AssetPoint (
www.assetpoint.com), said, "We believe [Schneider's] energy management solutions combined with our TabWare EAM/CMMS solution offers customers a total solution to maximize the performance of their assets. TabWare has been a trusted industry solution for over 30 years, and partnering with Schneider Electric enables customers to obtain energy efficiency and automation, leading to faster ROI."

Designed by maintenance professionals, AssetPoint’s TabWare, is flexible and easy to implement within an organization of any size, said Levine. TabWare can be deployed as a local application or in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, and works in conjunction with Schneider’s  automation and control solutions, including its process management solution that allows companies to optimize energy usage and drive  efficiency within operations while  improving productivity.

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