Schneider Electric launches new benchmark installer club

Schneider Electric launches new benchmark installer club

As part of a continued commitment to supporting contractors, Schneider Electric has launched a new and exclusive scheme, the Ultimate Installer, to support the smaller contractors in a competitive market.

The free scheme incorporates a raft of business benefits. Members can gain access to exclusive promotion and competitions, as well as supporting marketing materials to help generate business for the installer. In addition, Schneider Electric will have regular contractor training events and specialist seminars designed to develop knowledge and skills.

Putting the installer firmly at the forefront, the scheme also allows members to try out the newest innovations first, allowing for feedback to product development to help meet their evolving needs.

Also, upon membership, each Ultimate Installer receives a comprehensive welcome pack including a t-shirt, customer guide and promotional products. Since its inception, the scheme has already received 1,000 applications.

Tim Barber, customer marketing manager at Schneider Electric commented, ‘In these testing times with limited opportunity and heightened competition, it is even more important for contractors to have a distinctive, competitive edge.

‘As such, we have placed significant investment in developing this exclusive, free scheme which will not only give our loyal customers added professional credibility but offers numerous business benefits. This includes special offers on our most popular final installation products, alongside marketing and training support.

‘Through working in close partnership with our contractor customers, we are confident we can help them to drive their businesses forward into future success.’

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