CSS becomes top Emerson partner

CSS becomes top Emerson partner

Taking top spot in Emerson partner program will help CSS build its business

Adelaide-based Computer Site Solutions (CSS) has become certified as an Emerson Network Power Solutions Partner (SP).

The highly-ranked certification status will give CSS access to Emerson’s internal sales, marketing, engineering and support resources.

Through gaining access to these tools, CSS will able to help develop its business through offering Emerson’s complete solutions portfolio to the market.

This includes the full range of power protection, precision cooling, data centre information management, computer room and data centre design, racks and enclosures and other complementary services such as data centre audits.

“Our official status as an Emerson Solutions Partner adds further to the work we’ve been doing to position ourselves for the next stage of business growth, which has also seen us broadening our service offering and adding new resources,” CSS director, Brendan McColl, said.

“As an official partner, we will be able to draw on Emerson’s global resources to offer clients even more technical expertise, including assistance with tailored solutions for datacentre design and delivery.

“Internally, we’re now starting to use their training and professional development programs to further develop the capabilities of our own team.”

Even though CSS is headquartered in Adelaide, it has a national presence and caters to multiple industries, including offices, schools, hospitals, industrial sites, defence secure sites, construction projects and remote locations. Some of its customers include Internode, BAE Systems, BHP Billiton, South Australian government and HP.

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