Building Facility Optimization Software Led by Schneider Electric
JAKARTA - Schneider Electric, a global specialist company in the digital transformation in energy management and automation, announces that the independent analyst firm Verdantix has positioned Schneider Electric as a leader in the Green Quadrant® Facility Optimization report.
In the building industry globally, Green Quadrant® Facility Optimization is a report considered to be one of the key benchmarks in verifying the quality of building facility optimization software because of its unique and comprehensive methodology. In releasing this report, Verdantix analyzes the 14 strongest players in the global market, including Schneider Electric.
This analysis involves a comparison of software applications based on 11 live product demonstrations, responses to a questionnaire containing 135 product questions, and interviews with 14 companies in seven industries that are currently using or optimizing building facilities software for their buildings.
Through the data merging from product demonstrations, questionnaires and interviews with independent consumers earlier this year, Green Quadrant® Facility Optimization reports see changes in the market.
Building facilities administration has evolved from reactive energy management towards the use of facility optimization solutions that can help save costs, reduce risk and improve efficiency. This evolution is supported by the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), which now allows greater connectivity between systems.
"We are very proud that Verdantix has put us in a leader position in the software building optimization field. Their independent analysis has validated our efforts to make EcoStruxure the backbone of our clients' building management strategy," says Laurent Bataille, Executive Vice President, EcoBuilding, Schneider Electric as reported from pressrelease.id (26/2).
Laurent Battaille adds, "Because a building produces so much data, EcoStruxure Building helps our clients capture and use that data for greater efficiency, productivity and sustainability."