SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC

Schneider Electric named a leader for two consecutive years

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Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, today announced that it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. as a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS)[1] for two consecutive years. Additionally, in Gartner’s report for Critical Capabilities for Advanced Distribution Management Systems, Schneider Electric achieved the highest product score for the all three use cases: Improving Outage Response, Optimizing Grid Operation, and Managing DER Impacts[2].

Gartner reports, including the Gartner Magic Quadrant, are regarded industry-wide as the authoritative source for competitive comparisons in the information technology industry. Magic Quadrant reports offer in-depth analyses and visual summaries of the direction and maturity of markets and key vendors.

“We are thrilled by the recognition from a highly reputable organization like Gartner,” said Jean-Pascal Tricoire, Chairman and CEO, Schneider Electric. “Both the Magic Quadrant and new Critical Capability reports demonstrate the evolution of the ADMS market and point to rising customer expectations for grid reliability and efficiency. We consider our position as a leader as a confirmation of our mission to offer utility customers the tools to manage growing demand and peak loads, integrate more renewable energy into the grid, and improve electricity quality and availability from control center to customer.”

Schneider Electric is positioned as a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Advanced Distribution Management Systems. This further strengthens the company’s differentiation and increases the gap with other vendors. Schneider Electric believes this position is attributed to the company offering the highest number of ADMS functional components and to the company’s success in deploying these systems.

Schneider Electric’s ADMS assists utilities in the analysis, operation, planning and optimization of power networks. The system simplifies deployments, reduces maintenance, optimizes capital expenditures, and supports improved reliability and resiliency. The system includes advanced analytical functions that help utilities optimize network operations by offering proactive approaches to managing demand, enabling distributed energy resources and improving storm management processes.

The full-length Magic Quadrant report is available at www.gartner.com. A Gartner subscription is required.

 

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