Doing well to do good

We know that by pushing digitization to new frontiers, we’ll help our customers achieve greater levels of efficiency and sustainability. The convergence of energy and automation is the engine of this ambition. This integrated strategy allows us to promote the vision that sustainable choices are the best choice for business. Looking ahead to 2020, we’ll focus on more products, more services, better systems, and emphasizing digitization at every opportunity.

Prevailing together: a special note on the coronavirus crisis

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Schneider is mobilizing at all levels to ensure the long-term provision of services and equipment for critical infrastructure. Our solutions in vital environments such as hospitals, data centers, utilities, and more help ensure people stay safe and connected during a difficult time. Our purpose has never been more clear than now. 

With responsive action and proactivity, we’re developing and deploying solutions as quickly and widely as possible to mitigate the health, social, and economic difficulties that will arise during and after the crisis. 

As we adjust our operations to make the biggest impacts we can, we do not lose focus on our long-term vision; we’re committed to advancing sustainability for the preservation of the planet and the progress of people everywhere.

2019 year in review

in revenue (4.2% organic growth)
adjusted EBITA (8.7% organic growth)
of revenue in energy management
of revenue in industrial automation
employees in more than 100 countries

2019 revenue by geography

2019 revenue by business

  • Energy management: 77% (5.2% organic growth)
  • Industrial automation: 23% (1.1% organic growth)

2019 revenue distribution to our stakeholders

2019 recognitions and awards

  • Ethisphere® Institute’s World’s Most Ethical Companies®, ninth year in a row
  • Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index, second year in a row
  • Forbes America’s Best Large Employers in 2019
  • Glassdoor named Jean-Pascal Tricoire one of the Top CEOs of 2019
  • Certified as a 2019 Best Workplace in Manufacturing & Production by Great Place to Work®
  • Fortune® Magazine’s Best Workplaces for Diversity 
  • Fortune® Magazine’s Best Workplaces in Manufacturing and Production 2019
  • Corporate Knights “Global 100” most sustainable companies, seventh year in a row
  • CDP “A-List,” ninth year in a row
  • Universum’s World’s 50 most diverse and inclusive companies 
  • Gartner’s 2019 Supply Chain Top 15 for Europe
  • Equileap’s number one in the industrial sector for gender equality
  • Gartner’s Supply Chain Top 25 for 2019
  • Fortune® Magazine’s World’s Most Admired Companies for 2019

2019 digital growth


  • Managed 2.94 million assets — up 50% year-over-year  


  • Gathered 75,000 customers across five global Innovation Summits
  • Launched the Schneider Electric Exchange, the world’s first open, cross-industry ecosystem that promotes collaboration (53,000+ registered users, 300+ offers)


  • Drove single and double-digit growth across segments with EcoStruxure 


  • Supported 20,000+ system integrators and developers
  • Deployed EcoStruxure across six domains — Building, Power, IT, Machine, Plant, and Grid — in more than 480,000 installations
  • Connected more than 1B devices with EcoStruxure

2019 mergers, acquisitions, and divestments

  • Larsen & Toubro Ltd.’s Electrical and Automation business combined with Schneider India’s Low Voltage and Industrial Automation business.
  • ALPI, the European leader in calculation software for electrical installations, joined Schneider.
  • The U.S. panels business disposed of in the second quarter.
  • Pelco, formerly in the Energy Management segment, was sold.
  • Converse Energy Projects GmbH, formerly in the Energy Management segment, was sold.