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SmartBuildings - To what extend do you allow us customers to co-construct the service experience?

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SmartBuildings - To what extend do you allow us customers to co-construct the service experience?

To what extend do you allow us customers to co-construct the service experience?

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Re: SmartBuildings - To what extend do you allow us customers to co-construct the service experience?

Customer could become active players in life cycle for their operation. Anticipating spare parts rupture, monitoring and mordernizing electrical installation to keep efficient operation running through specific data capture prevents potential failure . Predicitive approach would save cost through optimum maintenance and downtime reduction.

 

 

Marc NEZET
SVP Strategy & Innovation, Energy Management & Secure Power


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