Smart Automation Experience Opens centre at Mohali

Launches first Schneider Electric Experience Centre

Schneider Electric, India’s Country President & MD Anil Chaudhry inaugurated Smart Automation Experience centre at Mohali.

Inaugurating the Experience Centre he said, “We are really proud to be able to announce launch of first fully featured home automation experience centre in North India. This is the first time that Lighting, Audio-video, AC, Security automation has been demonstrated as a complete solution. Smart Automation has come up with unique facility which helps people what they can do in their home to make life simple.”

He emphasized on the need of bringing in new technology to the developing and prospering lives in India. Adding onto the facts Chaudhry said, “Schneider Electric, in the last one year has done a significant amount of business in automation space. And with lot of attractions in the North Indian markets we expect to improve business prospects year on year.”

Talking about the special features of the Smart Home, CP Singh, Founder Smart group, said, “We intend to make people’s life easy and simple in this complex world by implementing smart solutions. By launching experience centre we will be able to bring new experience for the people & generate more business. We are planning to launch multiple experience Centre’s across India for Indians to experience home automation & ideate about their new home.”

Sukhjot Singh, Regional Business Head, Smart Automation, commented, “Partnership with Schneider Electric has immensely helped us in this region. In last one quarter we have picked up around 12 plus projects for home automation from Punjab region only. There are lot of projects coming up in Mohali, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Chandigarh, Jalandhar, Bhatinda& Patiala. We are planning to recruit more partners in these regions whereby we can bring more Experience Centres to these areas.”

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