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Green Quadrant® Building Energy Management Software 2015 (Global)

Date: 06 October 2015

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report provides a detailed comparison of 27 building energy management software applications to help corporate buyers save time, reduce costs and mitigate risks when selecting products and suppliers. Based on the proprietary Verdantix Green Quadrant methodology, the analysis combines benchmark data from 23 live product demonstrations, responses to a 130-point questionnaire and interviews with an independent panel of 17 customers across seven industries who have bought, or are planning to buy, building energy management software. Four software vendors are included based on publicly available information. The study finds that customers’ requirements for additional automation features are continuing to increase, with eight suppliers currently leading the enterprise energy management software market. When selecting an application, buyers should focus on the value delivered by the software and any supporting energy services provided.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The State Of The Building Energy Management Software Market
Software Vendors Are Fighting For Dominance of Defensible Market Niches

Software Users Desire Bespoke Vendor Solutions
Energy Leaders Under Pressure As They Run Multiple Energy Initiatives
Investments In Software Focus On The Operational Management Of Energy
Firms Increase Software Investments At A Cautious Pace
Buyers Focus On Identifying High-Value Energy Efficiency Opportunities
Forward-Looking Customers Want To Increase The Level Of Automation
Buyers Are Caught In Two Minds On Who To Work With

Green Quadrant® Building Energy Management Software
Green Quadrant® Methodology
Evaluated Suppliers: Selection Criteria
Evaluation Criteria For Building Energy Management Software
Ameresco Embeds On-Site Renewables Into Energy Management
BuildingIQ Balances Cost Saving And Occupant Comfort Concerns
DEXMA Provides A Platform For Plug And Play Configurability
digitalenergy’s Platform Links Up Legacy Business Process Systems
EnergyDeck Delivers Energy Efficiency Results With Asset Benchmarking
Elster EnergyICT Delivers A Platform For Energy-Intensive Sectors
EnergyPrint Delivers A Platform For The SME Market
EnerNOC Provides A Platform For Energy Management At Scale
Envizi Excels At Data Management And Reporting
eSight Energy Provides A Platform For Energy Management And Reporting
GridPoint Scales Solution While Focusing On IoT And Asset Management
IBM Provides A Robust Full Service Energy Management Offering
Iconics Delivers An Expandable Energy Monitoring Platform
Johnson Controls Integrates Energy Management With Building Controls
KGS Buildings Is Developing A Workflow Solution For Energy Management Services Providers
Lucid Delivers A Highly User-Friendly Energy Management Platform
Optima Energy Systems Delivers A Solution For Multi-Tenant Real Estate
Pacific Controls Merges Building Automation With Managed Energy Services
Panoramic Power Delivers A Scalable Platform For Real-Time Data Management
Phoenix Energy Technologies Develops A Vendor Agnostic Platform For Asset Management
Power TakeOff Leverages A Highly Configurable Alerting Workflow Engine For Energy Management
Schneider Electric Continues To Provide Best-In-Class Energy Services
Siemens Delivers Robust Energy Supply Analytics For Global Firms
Switch Automation Delivers A User-Friendly Interface For Energy Monitoring And Targeting
Verco Delivers An Energy Efficiency Project Knowledge Base For Energy Teams
Verisae Is The Pacesetter For Asset Lifecycle Management
Wipro EcoEnergy Delivers Across Sectors With Its Energy Monitoring And Building Maintenance Abilities

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Three Phases Of The Building Energy Management Software Market
Figure 2. Priority Energy Management Initiatives Over The Next Two Years
Figure 3. Business Drivers For Investing In Building Energy Management Software
Figure 4. Data Capture Requirements For Building Energy Management Software
Figure 5. Energy Management Functionality Requirements For Building Energy Management Software
Figure 6. Monitoring And Targeting Functionality Requirements For Building Energy Management Software
Figure 7. Asset Management Functionality Requirements For Building Energy Management Software
Figure 8. Preferences For Different Types Of Implementation Services Providers
Figure 9. Preferences For Different Types Of Software Suppliers
Figure 10. Preferences Of Software Supplier Features
Figure 11-1. Suppliers And Software Assessed
Figure 11-2. Suppliers And Software Assessed
Figure 12-1. Capabilities Criteria For Building Energy Management Software Suppliers
Figure 12-2. Capabilities Criteria For Building Energy Management Software Suppliers
Figure 13. Momentum Criteria For Building Energy Management Software Suppliers
Figure 14. Green Quadrant® Building Energy Management Software Suppliers
Figure 15-1. Capability Scores For 27 Building Energy Management Software Suppliers

Figure 15-2. Capability Scores For 27 Building Energy Management Software Suppliers
Figure 15-3. Capability Scores For 27 Building Energy Management Software Suppliers

Figure 15-4. Capability Scores For 27 Building Energy Management Software Suppliers
Figure 16-1. Momentum Scores For 27 Building Energy Management Software Suppliers
Figure 16-2. Momentum Scores For 27 Building Energy Management Software Suppliers

COMPANIES MENTIONED

Accenture, Accuenergy, Activelog, ADT, AGL, Airbus, Alberici Constructors, Alerton, Allegheny Technologies, Ameresco, Andover Controls, ASDA, ASHRAE, ATS Automation, Autodesk, Automated Logic, Axiom Energy, Boland, Boston Properties, Brezillon, BuildingIQ, California Institute of Technology, CarbonSystems, Carrier, CDP, Chedraui, Cinemark Theaters, Colliers, The Commonwealth Bank of Australia, The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), Considerate Hoteliers, Cracker Barrel, Credit Suisse Real Estate Asset Management, Crittenden Regional Hospital, Danfoss, Delta Controls, DEXMA Technologies, Digital Lumens, digitalenergy, The Dow Chemical Company, Eagle Technology, Echelon, Ecova, eGauge Systems, EKM, Eli Lilly, Elster EnergyICT, Elster Group, Emaar District Cooling Plant, Endress + Hauser, Energy Assets, EnergyCAP, EnergyDeck, Energyexcel, EnergyPrint, EnergyQuote, EnergyUnited, EnerNOC, Envizi, eSight Energy, Estée Lauder, European Union, Extended Stay Hotels, Flint County Council, Four Seasons Produce, Genability, GE Ventures, General Motors, Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB), Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), GridPoint, Honeywell, IBM, Iconics, IMServ, Information Prophets, Iron Mountain, International Organization for Standardization (ISO), JC Penny, Johnson Controls (JCI), Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), Keele University, KGS Buildings, kWIQly, Land Securities, LeFrak, Lucid, Lutron, McDonald’s, McKinstry, Melrose, Mitie, MKM Commercial Holdings- Wafi Group, Morrisons, Netapp, Netbiter, NV Energy, Obvius, Office Depot, OneStop, Optima Energy Systems, Oracle, OSISoft, Pacific Controls, Panoramic Power, Pasadena Water and Power, Phoenix Energy Technologies, PJM Interconnection, Power TakeOff, Prescient Power, Procurement Australia, ProKarma, Quatrro Business Services, Radisson Hotels, Rockwell Automation, Sainsbury’s, SAP, Schneider Electric, The Schwan Food Company, Siemens, Simtricity, Steward Healthcare, SunPower, Switch Automation, Synetica, Tesco, Tesla, Thames Water, Trane, TransPower, Trend Systems, Tridium, UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), University of Virginia, Urjanet, US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA), US General Services Administration, Utilyx, Vail Resorts, Verco, Veris, Verisae, VF Outlet, Walmart, Warwick University, Wegowise, Westinghouse, Wipro EcoEnergy, Wipro Limited, World Weather Online, Xcel Energy