AGGM - Austrian Gas Grid Management
inubit BPM supports AGGM in data analysis and aids in the economic and strategic evaluations required in action planning, i.e. if further pipelines are necessary.
AÜW - Allgäuer Überlandwerk
Until recently, only few electricity customers changed their metering service provider. In preparing itself for the future, Allgäuer Überlandwerk, with the support of Bosch Software Innovations, has automated the WiM processes (Change Processes in Measurement). The company has already benefited from this move with a halving of the case processing time alongside process quality that is manually unachievable.
E.ON is confronted not only with the challenges of the cooperation agreement “Gas.” In addition, E.ON strives for the technological leadership in international business.
ewz - Elektrizitätswerk der Stadt Zürich
ewz, the electricity provider of the city of Zurich, relies on inubit to handle change of supplier processes in line with market standards and as transport medium for external communication of metering and energy data. With inubit, ewz meets the changing requirements on the Swiss energy market while profiting from preconfigured process packages for the energy industry and its powerful integration capability for networking heterogeneous IT systems.
NCG - NetConnect Germany
NetConnect Germany has chosen inubit BPM as the central process platform for communication and data exchange with the market partners of its market area. The universal platform connects all systems and consolidates the work processes of distributed teams. Automated error checks have significantly reduced the amount of manual work and minimized the general error rate in data transfers.
Automating processes, integrating the existing system landscape while being able to respond flexibly to market changes. These were the requirements with which Salzburg AG started looking for central middleware for interfaces and process flows. inubit BPM beat the competition thanks to its high level of preconfiguration for European market communication as well as its flexibility to keep up with constantly changing market conditions.
Smart Meter Gateway Administration with the Meter Gateway Manager
Consumers will enjoy greater transparency thanks to more frequent and precise readings of their electricity consumption. Smart metering also aims to regulate energy consumption by using flexible tariffs to encourage consumers to reduce or increase consumption at short notice and at specific times of the day.
Organizing rollouts with the Rollout Process Manager
Smart Meter Gateway Administration (SMGWA) isn’t the only major challenge facing grid operators, metering point operators, and metering service providers. They also have to contend with the large-scale rollout of smart meters and smart metering systems. Players can overcome these challenges only by optimizing their planning and by largely automating the individual rollout processes.
Connecting up energy resources with the Virtual Power Plant Manager
The energy market is changing. The traditional model of a small number of centralized power plants is giving way to the system of distributed generation, in which electricity is generated in many small facilities. Consumers are simultaneously acting as producers, transforming themselves into ”prosumers“ who feed the energy they produce into the medium- and low-voltage grid.
Automating business processes with BPM for Energy
Efficiency is essential in order to survive in the deregulated energy market. At the same time, the only way to implement constantly changing rules and regulations, and the required separation of grid and energy, is to have secure business processes that run reliably. Automated business processes offer you a way to satisfy both requirements and to set a course for market success.