For organizations in industries from healthcare to marketing, big data has become both a powerful tool and a management challenge. This trend is no different in the infrastructure sector, where developers and utilities must get their arms around scattered environmental sustainability data to support reporting and compliance efforts.
From simply defining what data is meaningful for your company to navigating the tools available to manage it, bringing big data under control is rarely simple. Your various stakeholders may require different data and reports. Managing data in diverse formats and from diverse sources – e.g., energy systems, water meters, maintenance reports or field surveys – can be a challenge. And it’s likely that different departments across your enterprise own different pieces of your data, which can make timely access a struggle.
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