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Telvent GIT S.A., a real-time IT solutions and information provider, has announced that after a year-and-half migration period, the company has completed its brand integration with energy management solutions provider Schneider Electric, which acquired Telvent in June 2011.

"After a productive, exciting and successful integration period, we are proud to be known as Schneider Electric," says Ignacio Gonzalez, Telvent's chairman and CEO. "Together, we can now further improve the efficiency of mission critical infrastructures and continue our focus [on] helping customers with the challenges of building a sustainable world for future generations."

All of Telvent's business units have now successfully transitioned to the Schneider Electric brand, with the exception of the agriculture division, which will retain the Telvent DTN/The Progressive Farmer brand as part of the go-to-market strategy.






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