Schneider starts new training center in the region

Schneider Electric has invested in a new regional training center that will provide both customers and partners across the Middle East and Africa with hands-on skills development and planning for their digitization and technology needs.

Ziad Youssef, Secure Power VP for the Middle East and Africa at Schneider Electric

The training center is located at Dtec, in Dubai, UAE and it hosts Schneider Electric’s latest data center technologies, including UPS and cooling solutions. Partners from across the Middle East and Africa will be able to access the facility and its trainings, both physically and virtually. Tailored training programs will also be introduced for the company’s customers, both for existing products and for new launches.

“Last year saw an increased uptake of technologies that have helped our customers in their digitization journey. We’ve invested in this service center to help our partners and customers make the most of these new technologies,” said Ziad Youssef, Secure Power VP for the Middle East and Africa at Schneider Electric. “We’re expecting that this training center will be used extensively by our channel partners as well as our customers, and we’re looking forward to welcoming them here, either physically or virtually.”

The center is part of Schneider Electric’s plans to increase service support for customers in the Middle East and Africa, with service partners being onboarded via the center. The company’s Secure Power business unit is focused on emerging trends such as the IoT, Edge Computing and energy efficient data centers.

“Secure Power has supported the data center industry for decades with a range of power and cooling products. And the division is now is driving transformation at the edge of the network with a range of new technologies. This training center is our latest commitment to the region’s digital drive, that will skill up our channel partners and customers,” concluded Youssef.

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