Greenbird’s Utilihive enterprise integration functionality has been embedded into Energyworx’s data management and analytics platform. This is the latest initiative under the two companies’ partnership agreement, designed to support energy organisations globally to manage growing volumes and diversity of data, and to use them to drive transformation.
“By tapping into the flexibility and speed of the cloud, we help energy organisations to automate processes, improve ROI and boost competitive advantage through more flexible and connected data management. If you are able to crunch data without being limited by scale, speed and obsolete pricing models, the possibilities are endless,” said Marcel E. Smit, CEO at Energyworx. “By offering Greenbird’s powerful integration tools within the Energyworx Platform, we can enable our clients to combine data from different sources to feed existing and new business models and get to market even faster.”
During the Enlit Europe event, to be held 30 November – 2 December in Milan, Energyworx will demonstrate how the Energyworx Platform enables innovative meter data management in the cloud with advanced integration capabilities powered by Utilihive.
The Energyworx Platform: Powering the energy transition
The Energyworx Platform is a pioneering, cloud-native meter data management solution. It’s open architecture and flexible commercial models provide energy organizations with unparalleled agility and the power to customize and instantly flex their data processing capacity without the need to invest in costly physical infrastructure, updates, maintenance and license fees. It does this at speed, drawing on integrated analytical capabilities and machine learning functionality that put a customized, infinitely adaptable powerhouse of insights at their fingertips to drive business decisions and monetization strategies. It enables the building of sophisticated algorithms like anomaly detection and proprietary analytics to enable energy organizations to respond quickly to changing market and regulatory conditions, while maintaining a high level of efficiency and competitiveness.
With the Energyworx Platform, energy organizations can anticipate and drive change rather than react to it, and easily implement continuous improvements and adjustments to outpace the volatility of the energy market. Now, with Utilihive, it can offer even more advanced integration capabilities to deliver robust meter data management, sales portfolio management, load forecasting and energy deal analytics capabilities.
About the partnership
Energyworx from the Netherlands and Norway based Greenbird signed a partnership agreement in September 2020 enabling the two tech innovators to accelerate time to market and support utility companies globally in the energy transition.
About Enlit Europe
Enlit is a constantly growing, inclusive and end-to-end forum that addresses every aspect of the energy agenda. A community that for 365-days a year collaborates and innovates to solve the most pressing issues in energy. Learn more by visiting Energyworx in Milan at stand 12.D50 and 16.MR3 to meet the team and see a live demonstration.
Recognised by industry analysts as a visionary in the market, Energyworx brings innovative, cloud-native technology solutions to address energy organizations’ data challenges. Founded in 2012, it serves both the European and US markets with an international growing team of 30+ data and energy industry experts.
Privately held and backed by Eneco Ventures, ENGIE Ventures, EDP Ventures, HenQ and SET Ventures, Energyworx is based in Houten, the Netherlands and Houston, Texas, USA.
Greenbird is the leading big data integration technology provider for utilities and the industrial IoT. Its flagship innovation, Utilihive, simplifies data integration and big energy data management empowering utilities to achieve Sustainable Development Goals faster by accelerating the energy transition. Based in Oslo, Norway, Greenbird enables Digital Transformation at utilities, powering the energy revolution. Visit us at Stand 12.D56.