UTILITIES

Boost Efficiency in Utility Resource Management

Utilities > Electricity > Dassault Systèmes®

For utility providers operating in regulated markets, setting targets to increase profits is a constant challenge. DELMIA Quintiq helps utility providers unlock hidden profit potential with resource management strategies such as maximizing resource utilization, increasing efficiency and lowering operational costs. The key to success, however, lies in closing the gaps between strategy and operations.

Effective resource management requires optimized planning across all time horizons. To support strategic plans while meeting critical needs, DELMIA Quintiq optimizes vital capabilities such as resource forecasting; scheduling of planned and unplanned maintenance; and planning long-cycle projects like construction or outage work. The solution also provides flexibility to shift staff and equipment around, and make changes on short notice.

Key features and benefits include:

Utilities > Power > Dassault Systèmes®

Understand Demand to Plan Strategic Goals

DELMIA Quintiq helps you understand the demands on your resources to plan for short- and long-cycle work effectively. It factors in historical workload, growth expectations, and all your unique requirements to create plans that will achieve resource capacity, business growth and profitability KPIs.

Utilities > Electricity > Dassault Systèmes®

Prepare Contingencies for Tactical Needs

DELMIA Quintiq enables contingency planning with its what-if scenario planning capability. It helps you prepare for the unexpected or validate a new strategy. Simulating the impact of each decision allows you to spend less time re-planning, keep costs in check, and minimize the impact of every change.

Utilities > Customer Support > Dassault Systèmes®

Real-Time Decision Support for Fast Results

The true test of planning agility comes when the unexpected strikes. With DELMIA Quintiq, your people and equipment can be reassigned to deal with changing situations quickly and efficiently. New information is sent directly to field workers while planners get updated on the latest schedules, location and work status.