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Solutions Partner Program


                    Program Eligibility


                    Who can join?

                    The Solutions Partner Program is open to U.S.-based select members of current
                    Schneider Electric incentive programs, as well as System Integrators, Control Panel Builders and Specialty OEMs.

                    The Solutions Partner program offers two levels of participation: Industry Partner and Alliance Partner. To be eligible to join the program, your company must meet the following criteria:

                    • To become an Industry Partner, your company needs to be a System Integrator, Control Panel Builder, specialty OEM or consulting engineer, have a valid Schneider Electric customer ID and have annual Schneider Electric purchases or specification influence of $10,000 or more. If you don’t know or don’t have a valid customer ID, please contact your local Schneider Electric account representative.
                    • To become an Alliance Partner, your company needs to make annual Schneider Electric purchases or specification influence of over $100,000. Active members of the Solutions Partner Program may be invited to join the Alliance of membership that includes additional program benefits and requires the following:
                      • Participation in an annual evaluation review, ensuring that both you and Schneider Electric are meeting commitments to the program.
                      • Participation in the development, measurement and review of a joint business, account and action plan.

                    Below are the descriptions of each company type eligible to be an Industry Partner.

                    • Control Panel Builders – build and/or engineer electrical control panels, potentially spread across multiple customers and industry segments. Typically this includes participants involved with electrical distribution equipment, low-end automation, and controls.
                    • System Integrators – provide electrical distribution, automation and control system integration services. These candidates typically provide turnkey solutions and integration services into IT, discreet, and process operations.
                    • Specialty OEMs – original equipment manufacturers that either build control panels and/or perform system integration services above and beyond the specific machines they build (must provide documentation of three recent projects).
                    • Consulting Engineers – consulting and engineering companies that typically write electrical project specifications for electrical distribution, automation and control products.  Because this group does not purchase Schneider Electric products, they are not eligible for reward certificates and must provide semi-annual summaries of Schneider Electric driven project specifications.
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