The key to an intelligent water system is having one go-to repository for all data. Intelligent water management begins with GIS. ArcGIS software goes beyond locating pipes and facilities. Use it to manage an asset registry, analyse system performance, optimise work and easily collaborate.
Achieving excellence in customer communications
With 2.7 million customers across the south west of England, Wessex Water is constantly striving to enhance the effectiveness and value of its external communications. The organisation has recently leveraged Esri’s ArcGIS technology not only to diversify its communications channels, but also to significantly improve the quality and timeliness of the information it shares.
Ofwat's 2019 price review (PR19) provides the framework for a resilent, long-term future for water. Utility companies generate vast amounts of data that require analysis and visualisations to be shared with customers. Operational intelligence using geographical information systems allows water companies to constantly evolve their plans to meet the challenges from both customers and regulators.
Geography means everything to achieving an effective open water retail strategy. Margins are slim, so every opportunity to improve decision making or achieve greater insight should be exploited. Over 80% of business information systems contain a geospatial component, but few suppliers emerging in this new market are leveraging this data. GIS will allow you to harness the power of this data today.
You face many challenges, and Esri is here to help you modernise your water utility with solutions configured to meet the needs of your key business units and their workflows.