Anacle Systems has teamed up with NEC Asia Pacific to jointly market Anacle's proprietary energy management solutions.
Both companies have signed an exclusive agreement to market the solutions under the Starlight brand.
For the project, IT and network solutions provider and systems integrator NEC Asia Pacific will leverage Singapore-based technology firm Anacle's technologies and solutions to build world-class energy management solutions and systems for public institutions and private enterprises in the Asia Pacific region.
Anacle will focus on the strategic research and development of its solutions and products.
This mutually beneficial partnership will strengthen and complement both parties' energy management solutions portfolios and expand their footprint in the region.
NEC is focused on developing innovative technologies including environment and energy solutions.
The company says it has designed its environment and energy technologies and solutions to generate green energy and enable an energy savings society.
"NEC, as a leading systems integrator, actively seeks and engages competent and reliable technology partners in this region, to construct the best-of-breed solutions and systems for our clients," said Kiyofumi Kusaka, CEO of NEC Asia Pacific.
"We are thrilled to form this alliance with Anacle whose corporate vision, technologies and solutions align with NEC's, and we look forward to jointly present top-quality green and eco-friendly technologies, ideas and solutions to our customers."
Anacle Systems provides enterprise asset management (EAM) and energy management solutions for multiple vertical industries including commercial real estate and healthcare.
"It is an immense honour for us to have the opportunity to form this partnership with NEC. NEC is a global industry leader and a pioneer in energy saving and efficiency solutions; the alliance will afford our technologies access to a much wider audience, exposure to the high and exacting standards of NEC's products, and ultimately greater value to our customers." said Alex Lau, CEO, Anacle Systems.
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