Customer segments are divided along the lines of the three usual sectors our potential customers belong to. There are customers that belong to the public (government) sector, the academic sector, and the private sector. Additionally, there are customers in the huge end-user sector that do not belong to any of the three sectors mentioned above.
SELC Corp believes the end-user sector will be very important for its business success in the long haul but it does not believe the end-user sector is the right sector to market to in the initial stages of business development.
As a matter of fact, SELC Corp defines the following three customer segments in terms of the number of computers a potential customer may want us to provide our green energy for.
Customer Segment 1: 5,000 computers
Customer Segment 2: 10,000 computers
Customer Segment 3: 20,000+ computers
The above segments may fall along the lines of small (especially those with heavy computer use reflective of their business operations such as engineering design), medium (e.g., government contractors), and large (e.g., social media) businesses. State governments, municipalities, universities, community colleges, etc. may fall into any of the three segments SELC Corp uses, depending the levels of computer usage.
While energy savings on a per computer basis, due to the fixed energy rate, are the same for all three customer segments, other savings will prove to be more for the larger customer segments (segments 2 and 3), due to economies of scale. SELC Corp encourages potential customers to discuss these details to meet their own specific requirements.
Also, SELC Corp plans to provide online cacluators in the coming months so our customers will be able to determine savings in different categories for their specific computer load.
Customers interested in the SELC Solutions will be able to sign up online soon to be able to receive these clean energy benefits. In the meantime, SELC Corp suggests that they contact us by filling the ‘contact us’ form.