Bangalore, December 18, 2019 : Schneider Electric, the global leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation has launched Easy Homes – one of their innovations in the Smart Home space. Bringing IoT to power homes, Schneider Electric’s Easy Homes empowers customers to manage power in their homes through a single app. With four interfaces, it can be operated by everyone through Alexa or Google Home, smart phone, remote and switches to control power usage in the house. Designed to meet the unique requirements of everyone, it converts homes into a smart home, turning every switch and appliance into a connected device. Easy Homes package is simple to buy, by accessing it online and discovering, choosing and buying a package the website.
While most of the smart home solutions are designed to be installed in new homes, existing homes and retrofit projects need to be made smart. Schneider Electric believes that it is imperative to design smart home solutions for Indian customers comprising families with people across generations--from millennials to parents and grandparents. Starting @Rs 28,998, Easy Homes is afforable and can be installed without changing the existing electrical setup, upgrading homes in just about four hours. It is easy to buy and one can purchase the product in just three simple steps on the website. Further, in case of any challenges, a local electrician is available 24x7 to troubleshoot the device, thereby easing the overall maintainance process.
Said Srinivas Shanbhogue, Vice President, Retail Business, Schneider Electric India said, “At Schneider Electric, we are committed to providing ease of access to the new age customers through energy efficient smart home solutions." He further added, "Apart from ensuring energy efficiency, smart home solutions should be easy to install and operate thereby making life easy for individuals navigating small struggles of managing electricity touch points in the home seamlessly. We understand that the #StruggleIsReal and with Easy Homes, we hope to address these.”