Utilities & waste
Shifting consumer patterns in energy consumption drive need to innovate
While worldwide power demands are still increasing, consumer demand in industrialized countries is shrinking. Consumers are more technology savvy and adapting digital solutions faster than ever causing a shift in energy patterns as households aim to reduce energy consumption yet the desire for new technologies, such as smart homes, battery powered vehicles and more emerge.
The utilities sector, a traditionally low-tech industry, finds itself in the need to innovate to keep up with the changing demands of its customers and hereby ensure profitability and relevance as new disrupters appear on the horizon. Digital transformation at the core coupled with big data insights to bring innovation and new product offerings is now more than ever a must for utilities.
Our success stories
Clariba supports leading utility companies with insights as they move to digitize their processes and identify new services. Our solutions connect with the industry-leading utility backbone systems like Oracle eUtilities and SAP ISU to provide in-memory, big data analysis capabilities to improve customer satisfaction with customer case analysis, increase insights on billing and consumption, allow for real-time impact study of tariff changes and ensure accurate reporting on guaranteed standards for regulators. With our IBM Maximo Analytics solution we further support procurement and finance with the analysis of contracts, purchase orders and assets to help utilities analyze contract life cycles and help streamline internal processes to optimize resources and stock levels.
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As enterprises still struggle to successfully rollout native mobile applications as outlined by a recent Gartner Survey, large enterprise software vendors like IBM, SAP and others are moving to facilitate better native mobile application development by releasing enterprise software development kits (SDKs) of their own.
At GITEX Technology Week, on Tuesday, 10 October, SAP will recognize the UAE winners of the SAP MENA Quality Awards, presented to the region’s most innovative customer deployments. At the event, best practices will be shared with the global audience.
Your business has large sets of data, maybe even tens or hundreds of terabytes? You already have SAP HANA for your enterprise data, but are now faced with the need to extract insights also from your big data scenarios? In this blog post we explain some of your options.
As SAP Analytics expert partners, we felt the need to develop an internal tool to help us measure a SAP BI server’s performance when handling more and more data and more and more users. We needed to scientifically and objectively measure SAP BI performance and benchmark it against other servers or after server tuning. The result are the Clariba SAP Business Intelligence Benchmarks.
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Our 360° Assessment for Analytics is based on best practices and an in-depth analysis of your entire BI environment — whether you are a SAP BusinessObjects, SAP BW customer or you have no BI solution at all — to gain clarity on how your business operates
Let our team to run a benchmark on your SAP BusinessObjects BI Platform environment and assess its performance compared to other installations around the world. From this benchmark we will be able to advise if your environment is properly tuned and sized
Clariba can train your internal BI team, system administrators or end users to help your company realize the full potential of your investment in SAP technology — whether it's SAP BusinessObjects (BO), SAP Strategy Management (SSM) SAP Business Planning & Consolidation (BPC), SAP BusinessWarehouse (BW) or SAP HANA.
Our trainers are certified SAP consultants with years of hands-on implementation experience. They use your actual enterprise data during training session to help users understand and work with a real BI or analytics environment.