Socomec wins Frost & Sullivan award

Socomec Frost Sullivan Award May 2013

Socomec wins Frost & Sullivan award

Socomec UPS has been recognised with a prestigious European Frost & Sullivan award – Product Differentiation Excellence 2013 – and has been described as delivering ‘unparalleled quality, innovation and customisation’ through its use of cutting edge technology to meet market needs.

Describing the factors that set Socomec apart from the competition, Frost & Sullivan Industry Analyst Gautham Gnanajothi noted, ‘Socomec’s product differentiation excellence mainly stems from the fact that it designs and develops products that match the market needs. For instance, the company is currently focusing on two main market trends; the need to reduce the cost of energy along with the emergence of alternative energy sources, and the need for customers to efficiently estimate their power requirements.’

Frost & Sullivan described Socomec as ‘a company that promises product innovation to address industry challenges such as efficiency, availability and floor space. It boasts of high customer retention and customer satisfaction, which it has acquired over the years by delivering top of the class products. It maintains excellent proximity with its customers in order to understand their needs better and come up with products that demonstrate unique features and functionalities.

‘In recognition of its capability to deliver extraordinary levels of quality, innovation and customisation of the highest magnitude, Socomec is the worthy recipient of the 2013 Frost & Sullivan Differentiation Excellence Award.’

Andrew Wilkinson, regional managing director, Socomec commented, ‘We are delighted to have been recognised with this industry award. Socomec is firmly committed to delivering innovation that matches our customers’ evolving needs in terms of efficiency and performance; innovation that delivers measurable and sustainable benefits to our customers today and in the years to come.’

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