Added Value Partners
Added Value Partners are partners which are actively working with IPS in providing to worldwide customers best Enterprise Asset Management and Asset Performance Management Solution based on IPS_SYSTEMS™. Large corporations like Siemens and Schneider Electric are IPS Added Value Partners and are working with IPS-SYSTEMS™ internally, embedding IPS-SYSTEMS™ in own products, delivering IPS-SYSTEMS™ with added value libraries, embedded digital services and other supporting activities.
The Energy Management Division, Erlangen, Germany, is one of the leading global suppliers of products, systems, solutions, and services for the reliable transmission and distribution of electrical power. As trusted partner for the development and extension of an efficient power infrastructure, the Division Energy Management offers utilities and the industry the portfolio they need. This includes facilities and systems for the low-voltage and distribution power grid level, smart grids and high-voltage transmission systems. Energy storage systems and solutions for decentralized energy systems complete the offer. Represented in more than 90 countries, this Division has about 52,000 employees and roughly 100 production sites worldwide.

“Since December 2014 the Siemens’ Energy Management Division and IPS jointly address the market with Asset Management and Protection Data Management software solutions that are customized to address the needs of utilities and municipalities.

The German conglomerate Siemens is ranked the #1 most regarded company in the world according the“Forbes’ 2017 Global 2000 rankings” survey with outstanding “trustworthiness/honesty” and “performance of the product/service.”
Schneider Electric is leading the Digital Transformation of Energy Management and Automation in Homes, Buildings, Data Centers, Infrastructure and Industries. With global presence in over 100 countries, Schneider is the undisputable leader in Power Management – Medium Voltage, Low Voltage and Secure Power, and in Automation Systems. We provide integrated efficiency solutions, combining energy, automation and software.

"The combination of complexity and cost pressure is driving the need for utilities to integrate operational technology across their grids that can help them move from a reactive maintenance strategy, to a fully predictive and preventative maintenance model.

By combining our know-how in deploying IoT equipment on electrical utilities' assets, and our new partnership with IPS Company Group, we can retrofit old equipment to become smart, as well as providing a whole range of new connected equipment. Schneider Electric's strategy is to continue finding synergies outside the company that can help its customers control costs while supporting their digital transformation in a rapidly-changing energy landscape."
Jérome de Parscau
Jérome de Parscau
SVP Energy Digital Solutions & Strategy
Schneider Electric