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to stay a step ahead. Additionally, businesses deal with just one supplier contact rather than having to deal with multiple mainte- nance, management and sales personnel. Doing nothing is expensive. Not only is


on Darren Riva.


electricity getting more expensive every year; maintenance costs are also increasing. Every day an obsolete lighting system is operating it causes unnecessary extra costs – through excessive electricity consumption, high failure rates and high maintenance costs.


Lighting the path to a smarter, connected environment


Certainly, the cost-savings delivered by today’s LED lighting systems will interest any business. But undertaking to buy lighting as a service rather than a commodity moves the conversation way beyond simple savings. Everything associated with


lighting – from design via installation and commissioning


through to regular maintenance – will be handled by the provider, enabling businesses to focus on core tasks. Once installed, transparent remote monitoring helps businesses to achieve the agreed aims regarding illuminance and energy efficiency and –


with expert guidance – to quickly identify opportunities to adapt and enhance usage patterns, ensuring quality, efficiency and functionality. The most advanced suppliers understand


the biological effect of light on the human body and work with businesses to design a solution that motivates employees, serving to enhance the reputation and brand image of the company as a whole. Innovative LED lighting solutions with specifically matching optics will enhance lighting quality and the perception of light, allowing personnel to better cope with daily tasks. Adjusting lighting to individual customer needs and implementing new functions isn’t a one- off task performed during installation, but continues throughout operations. An efficient lighting system also results


in lower energy consumption and reduced CO2 emissions, meaning an improved environmental balance and lower CO2 certificate costs. And businesses will no longer have a problem with prohibited lamps. EU legislation is gradually removing inefficient


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