Emerson Provides Emergency Maintenance to Government Agencies

by Vangie Beal

Emerson Network Power service helps U.S. government agencies maintain business continuity.

Emerson (NYSE:EMR) Network Power, a company delivering software, hardware and services for data centers, has announced preventive and emergency maintenance services to helps U.S. government agencies maintain business continuity through a partnership with Alliance Micro.

Emerson Network Power service offerings can now be procured through a federal government contract offered by the General Services Administration (GSA), Federal Supply Schedule 056, Building and Building Material/Industrial Services and Supplies, better known as GSA 56.

Alliance Micro enables Emerson to offer preventive, emergency, and electrical services to the company’s GSA 56 contracts.

"We are excited that Alliance Micro will provide Emerson Network Power services to maintain, monitor, and test the critical electrical infrastructure from service entrance switchgear to the rack," said Brad Nacke, director of Emerson Network Power’s Liebert government business in North America.  "This will make it easier for government agencies to buy services authorized by the manufacturer."

According to Alliance Micro, the company has good experience in providing Liebert air and power products for data center and network applications, and we can now augment their offerings to include project management and other services.

Working with Alliance Micro, Emerson Network Power is able to offer customers a broad portfolio of professional services including electrical maintenance and testing services, site acceptance testing, electrical engineering services and preventive maintenance services.

This article was originally published on Friday Jan 20th 2012
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