Fleet Management Services
Power Solutions Fleet Management Services - Proactive solution management for your small IT business needs
Our Single Phase Fleet Management Services are designed for the IT manager responsible for multiple UPS and cooling units deployed throughout a single site or multiple sites. Working closely with our customers, your Power Solutions representative will help inventory, track, and manage your fleet of single phase UPS equipment. Our process can work with your DCIM or independent of a management system. We will help track when UPS batteries need to be replaced and when the UPS itself needs to be replaced. As part of the Power Solutions Fleet Management Services, we help customers budget and plan for the year-over-year operational expense to keep their sites protected.
Fleet Management Features and Benefits
- Initial inventory and assessment of single phase fleet of UPS equipment
- Detailed and comprehensive plan to update the UPS fleet for optimal performance
- Year-over year battery and UPS replacement plan to smooth operational costs over time
- Extended warranty management to keep your equipment and batteries protected
Not only will your infrastructure be maintained according to the manufacturer’s recommendations, but you will receive quarterly status reports on your equipment and any upcoming service or replacement required. This risk mitigation reporting allows you to better plan future expansions or upgrades and proactively replace batteries, while keeping you up to date on critical events.
Manufacturer direct service
Leaving your service needs to the Fleet Management team guarantees that your systems are managed by factory-trained engineers, 7x24x365. Replacement equipment will automatically be sent in the event of a failure, decreasing your mean time to repair (MTTR) with no additional workload for you or your staff.
Fleet Management Service ensures your business is fully protected, and in the event of failure and has a fully documented process to ensure your system is up and running as quickly as possible.
For more information on Best Practices for Maintaining and Managing Single-Phase UPS Equipment, see our white paper.