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Energy flows. Information too.

Global energy demand has been increasing rapidly due to the fast economic growth of the developing countries, while the global energy market has already entered a new stage with a structural imbalance of supply and demand. Companies in the Energy sector need to prepare for future constraints and bring the whole image of energy supply-demand into view, going ahead with strategic considerations on a long-term scope.

Information and data will play a critical role in the future of the Energy industry. Driven by demands for greater efficiency, more transparency and reduced environmental impact, energy utilities are adopting new technologies and strategies faster than ever before. All specific devices and systems generate a lot of data, so that companies in the industry are facing the need to figure out how to capture and manage it efficiently. Companies are also wrestling with regulatory compliance requirements, market volatility and industry consolidation, as they face pressure to drive revenues and increase efficiency. Rapidly changing and highly complicated energy policies are adding pressure to constantly look for better ways to manage and monitor compliance and controls processes across the enterprise, eliminating deviations, errors and redundant activities.

To ensure compliance with stringent regulations and legislations, energy and utilities companies must retrieve, compile and integrate data from multiple sources, in order to be able to provide federal and state regulators with accurate, up-to-date information on the state of their business and day-to-day operations. An integrated system synchronizes compliance documentation and business processes, ensuring availability of data across the enterprise. When fully integrated with a company's daily compliance management activities, accurate tracking of risks and compliance efforts, it helps the company to easily and effectively grow its business and strengthen its operations.

Kapsch Romania represents a valuable partner for Energy companies to streamline business processes, improve customer management capabilities and create business and performance analysis, offering industry integrated solutions which can sustain:

  • aggregation and analysis of data from multiple sources
  • compliancewith regulations in order to eliminate risks from deviations in procedures, errors and redundant activities
  • control over the entire business process.