Cloud Services for Energy and Utilities.
Take full advantage of the cloud by adding various services to your platform for increased productivity and ultimate ease of use.
The energy and utility market faces lots of challenges: from energy transition and water scarcity to operational efficiency and the ever-evolving needs of your customer – just to name a few. Those challenges generate innovative business models. Think about solar panel sharing in an energy community, electric car charging stations, reducing water usage or optimising call-centre resources. To streamline all of the processes behind those business models, we develop solutions tailored to your needs, with a fast time to market and built on proven cloud technology.
What’s in it for you?
Today, energy and utility companies face both business and technological challenges that require integration & orchestration solutions ensuring full security, enabling scalability and supporting hybrid IT landscapes.
We have proven expertise in all kinds of integration & orchestration scenarios within the energy and utility market. This can go from low complexity integrations to long-running process orchestrations. Think of automating communication flows using self-learning AI solutions, enabling preventive maintenance by gathering data from IoT devices, other possibilities are orchestrating move-in/move-out flows, exchanging data in a multi-player context or running end-2-end (bad) debt collection processes. To facilitate these scenarios, Ferranti offers MEEP: our own cloud-based integration & orchestration platform fully tailored to the market.
What’s in it for you?
Have you ever wondered how many tasks could be automated to boost your employee productivity & customer satisfaction? Since we know exactly how energy & utility processes should be optimised, we provide you with the most effective automation solution, resulting in tangible cost savings.
Do you recognize these situations? Multiple versions of the same Excel sheets flying around on all levels in the organization, making it challenging knowing the latest version of the ‘truth’. Approval flows requiring inefficient manual interactions, often increasing costs, the risk of incorrect approvals or even fraud. We team up with you to develop the most effective solutions that help to remove all friction and inefficiencies.
What’s in it for you?
Is your company taking data driven decisions based on predictive analysis? While most traditional data platforms typically report on historical data, a modern one also allows you to predict the future by using the numerous possibilities of cloud analytics. At Ferranti, we combine our energy & utility expertise with technical know-how to help your organization make better decisions.
We create a business case offering value in the short-term linked to your specific business goals. From there, we can jointly iterate solutions that will provide value over the long-term.
Our approach allows you to gradually develop a data strategy leading to superior business outcomes in revenue, cost and efficiency. Moreover, our methodology can provide new solutions to complex or even unknown problems and thus increase innovation.
MECOMS 365 Cloud Services
Our approach is based on the following pillars/components. It must have a fast time to market, result-driven, deliver demonstrable business value (measurable and qualified), and be based on standard available tools.
Discover the four partner steps below.
Brainstorm idea’s and choose those that bring the most value.
Qualify the business value and technical choices for the solution.
Ensure adoption within each involved team.
Build the solution, deploy it, and measure the business value.
If you work in the energy and utilities industry, you know that managing data and information is crucial to your operations. From analyzing consumption patterns to monitoring equipment performance, having the right data at your fingertips can make a significant difference in your business’s success. That’s why cloud services are becoming an increasingly popular choice for energy and utility companies. Here are some of the key benefits of using cloud services for your business:
Scalability: Cloud services can easily scale to meet the changing needs of your business. As you grow, you can increase your storage and computing capacity without needing to invest in new infrastructure. This scalability also means that you can quickly respond to changes in demand or usage patterns.
Cost Savings: By using cloud services, you can save on infrastructure costs like servers and data centers. You also avoid the ongoing maintenance and support costs associated with managing your own hardware. This can result in significant savings over time.
Improved Security: Cloud providers are responsible for managing the security of their infrastructure, which means they can often provide better security than you can achieve with your own resources. They use sophisticated security measures like encryption, multi-factor authentication, and intrusion detection to protect your data.
Increased Flexibility: With cloud services, you can access your data and applications from anywhere with an internet connection. This means you can work remotely, collaborate with colleagues in different locations, and respond to issues in real-time.
Enhanced Data Management: Cloud services allow you to store, manage, and analyze vast amounts of data quickly and efficiently. This can lead to more informed decision-making and improved operational efficiency.
Overall, cloud services offer energy and utility companies a range of benefits that can help them operate more efficiently, reduce costs, and improve the quality of their services. By partnering with a reputable cloud provider, you can ensure that your data is secure, your systems are reliable, and your business is positioned for success.
juni 22, 2023
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