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Siemens and SAP Increase Real Estate Performance

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In a co-innovation project, Siemens and SAP UX Design Services developed a pilot of the Building Performance Management Cockpit, which enables real estate managers and other roles to gain transparency across the building portfolio and align property resources with business objectives.

Opportunity

Combining Expertise for a Joint Solution

SAP is a leading provider of such commercial systems, for instance enterprise resource planning software. In light of this, both companies complement each other perfectly to offer corporate customers, many of which are customers of both companies, an innovative and efficient solution.

– Dr. Johannes Milde, CEO of the Siemens Building Technologies Division

Major corporate customers with extensive real estate portfolios have told us that simply collecting and evaluating energy consumption data is not enough to efficiently manage their building portfolios. They need significantly more data from different sources.

– Dr. Johannes Milde, CEO of the Siemens Building Technologies Division
Approach

Meeting Core Needs through Co-Innovation

Experience

Developing a Customized Dashboard

I guess we were a challenging group, and we needed a lot of flexibility. But the project was really constructive and the cockpit as output is excellent.

– Peter Marburger, Head of Sales Energy Efficiency, Siemens Building Technologies

The co-innovation project is a successful example of how co-innovation supports stakeholder alignment and incorporates user needs.

– Marion Fröhlich, Senior Strategic Design Consultant at the Design & Co-Innovation Center from SAP

Working as one team made us bridge the gap between design, engineering, and business, and to be faster.

– Alessandro Sposato, Strategic Design Consultant at the Design & Co-Innovation Center from SAP

Before we started the project we talked to Real Estate Management who were skeptical due to the massive amount of information and the underlying complexity. But if you extract meaningful data from underlying systems, you get a picture of what you actually need to manage buildings. Real Estate managers now have all the information they need in a much faster way, and many KPIs can be combined for easy access to all the relevant data.

– Peter Marburger, Head of Sales Energy Efficiency, Siemens Building Technologies

Great design works best when we create it together

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