Schneider Electric launches Zeigo Activate to drive IT channel decarbonisation

Schneider Electric, a pioneer in energy management and automation digital transformation, has unveiled Zeigo Activate, a new subscription-based Software as a Service (SaaS) solution tailored for Channel Partners. This offering is designed to expedite climate action by enabling partners to calculate, measure, and analyse carbon emissions. It empowers them to establish precise and attainable decarbonisation objectives while crafting a customised sustainability strategy.

Schneider Electric has earned recognition as a Champion in the inaugural Canalys ‘Sustainable Ecosystems Leadership Matrix’, primarily for its achievements in driving sustainability across the partner ecosystem and throughout its organisation. Schneider Electric was awarded Champion status for its position as a leading vendor in sustainability and ESG, its diverse portfolio of sustainability and energy solutions, and its training, expertise, and support for partners seeking to build and develop decarbonisation strategies.

Zeigo Activate is a subscription-based SaaS solution for small-and medium-sized partners. Intuitive, standardised and easily scalable, it enables partners to calculate and track energy-related emissions, to set a customised implementation roadmap to minimise environmental impact, and connect to solution providers specialising in energy efficiency and renewables.

With regulatory changes sweeping across industries globally, sustainability is at the forefront. Zeigo Activate allows simplified data collection to help partners build their energy consumption profile and track their carbon emissions baseline progress, which results in them being able to follow their roadmap to decarbonise. This guided-journey simplicity is key for an SME partner experience who have time pressures on using complex software and limited sustainability expertise. This ensures decarbonisation is not a barrier anymore as a personalised roadmap of actions is designed to reduce their emissions, such as energy efficiency projects and renewable energy opportunities. Then partners can connect directly with reputable vendors for the competencies that the project requires and start implementing their customised roadmap seeing estimated costs, savings, and return on investment.

Zeigo Activate joins two of Schneider Electric’s digital sustainability solutions and services, designed to meet the carbon reduction needs of businesses of any size or scale. They include Zeigo Power, which allows European users to digitally tender renewable energy Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), and Zeigo Network, which connects like-minded companies on the journey to decarbonisation and has more than 600 corporate members globally.

“Channel businesses continue to face a host of energy and sustainability challenges, but despite a turbulent macroeconomic environment, ESG, energy efficiency and ecosystem decarbonisation remain key areas of focus for partners,” said David Terry, VP, IT Channels, Schneider Electric, Europe. “Through Zeigo, partners can access a suite of world-class SaaS tools and identify specialist businesses that helps them reduce energy consumption, emissions, and costs, as well as strategic processes to accelerate business’ sustainability journeys.”

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