Market Research Report
Energy IT and Cybersecurity Overview - ADMS, AMS, CIS, CRM, DERMS, DRMS, EMS, GIS, MDMS, MWMS, OMS, SCADA, Analytics, and Cybersecurity Solutions: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts
|Published by||Navigant Research||Product code||918395|
|Published||Content info||77 Pages; 126 Tables, Charts & Figures
Delivery time: 1-2 business days
|Energy IT and Cybersecurity Overview - ADMS, AMS, CIS, CRM, DERMS, DRMS, EMS, GIS, MDMS, MWMS, OMS, SCADA, Analytics, and Cybersecurity Solutions: Global Market Analysis and Forecasts|
|Published: December 11, 2019||Content info: 77 Pages; 126 Tables, Charts & Figures||
Electric utilities and vendors alike are in a state of massive transformation. Digital technologies and changing business landscapes are converging to bring about new pressures and opportunities. The electric utility business has been edging toward transformation for some time. Beginning with the proliferation of smart metering in the early 2000s, utilities have turned to data as a new source of value in the Energy Cloud future.
An influx of data is prompting utility IT investment. There are also significant drivers in terms of industry pressures. The rapid growth in distributed energy resources (DER) is leading utilities to invest in IT solutions that can mitigate the associated disruptive effects, such as advanced distribution management systems (ADMSs), distributed energy resource management systems (DERMSs), and a number of analytics solutions. Customers are coming to expect higher levels of service from their utilities, and utilities are responding with increased investment in customer-centric solutions. The common thread in these industry shifts is digital disruption. Customer-centric thinking (and investment) are expected to continue.
This report by Navigant Research, a Guidehouse company, focuses on the drivers, barriers, and regional global trends influencing the deployment of energy IT systems, analytics, and cybersecurity solutions. The global market for these software solutions is anticipated to grow as utilities look to improve operational efficiencies and reduce costs. Global market forecasts extend through 2028 and are segmented by market and region. Profiles of key energy IT players are also provided in the report