Plans to reach out to HCL Infosystems’ customers in 14 cities over the next two months
Power management company Eaton has inaugurated a Mobile Technology Day at its office in Noida. The Mobile Technology Day is hosted on a fully equipped 45 feet long state-of-the-art trailer exhibiting Eaton solutions for the IT/ ITES industry and data center segment.
The initiative is aimed at maximizing the combined strengths of Eaton and HCL Infosystems. This synergy is capable of supporting emerging trends and address rising challenges of the IT/ ITES industry announced the press release.
Through this collaborative initiative, Eaton will demonstrate its industry leading offerings for power distribution, power quality and back-up, lighting and safety solutions to HCL Infosystems’ customers and partners across 14 cities in a duration of two months.
Eaton aims to reach out to customers in the BFSI, IT/ ITES and PSU space and create cognizance of Eaton solutions that help in addressing the most vital needs of energy efficiency, better uptime in critical operations and reduced risk to protect people, property and the environment.
“Data center is a focused segment for Eaton and our products help in building an agile and scalable infrastructure for medium and large enterprise data centers. Eaton products ensure optimum efficiency, at the lowest cost throughout the complete lifecycle of the data center,” said Syed Sajjadh Ali, Managing director – India, Electrical Sector, Eaton. “HCL has strong enterprise distribution footprint and this combined initiative will enable Eaton to make greater inroads in the industry with leading edge safe, reliable and efficient products.”
Commenting on the partnership Bimal Das, Joint-president, Enterprise Products Distribution, HCL Infosystems Ltd., said “With an increasing demand of energy efficient solutions, creating thrust in the market to leverage from our distribution footprint is key to our mutual growth strategy. We remain dedicated to support Eaton throughout their campaign and will continue our efforts for creating synergy with Eaton in the future.”