If your job is facility management, you’ve noted the accelerated pace of change. Tech and software innovation have pushed past simply managing energy consumption. The rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) allows even greater connectivity between systems. For instance, sensors—either built-in or retrofitted—collect and record data constantly. That data feeds software systems and when connected to services, gives you the means to more effectively harness and interpret that data to gain better insight and ultimately find and fix problems before they happen. The possibilities and implications of facility optimization are limitless.
The Evolution from Energy Management to Facility Optimization
Facility operations have evolved past the reactive state of energy management by taking advantage of optimization solutions that help save money, lower risk and improve efficiency. Finding the best solution can be a daunting process though, and facility optimization software is no small investment. That’s why independent research firm Verdantix recently compared 14 facility optimization software applications to help buyers save time, reduce costs and mitigate risks when selecting products and suppliers.
Based on its proprietary Green Quadrant methodology, Verdantix published the findings in a new “Green Quadrant Facility Optimization Software” report that positions Schneider Electric as a leader. This report aims to guide c-suite executives and other decision makers in choosing the software supplier that best matches the performance needs of their facility.
By combining benchmark data from live product demonstrations and questionnaires with an independent customer panel, the report analysis explores how facility optimization applications best help firms achieve business objectives. The report also provides criteria for buyers to use when shortlisting software suppliers. That criteria includes asking how well the solution scales, if it can integrate with existing meters and controls, as well as its data management capabilities.
What Puts Schneider Electric on the Leaderboard
As part of this report, Verdantix examined Schneider Electric EcoStruxure™ Building offers and noted the following strengths using a ratings scale of 0 to 3:
Es un artículo fantástico de Tracy L. Courtemanche, responsable de setting strategic marketing direction para la linia de negocio de Building de Schneider Electric ¿Tienes ganas de ver el resto del artículo? Pues entra en este enlace para verlo entero: https://blog.schneider-electric.com/building-management/2018/02/14/follow-leader-facility-optimization/
Además, aquí tenéis más soluciones de Schneider Electric para una mayor eficiencia energética: http://showroom.ecoxpert.schneider-electric.com/ES/es
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