Building an Integrated Asset Information System

About the client

ENGIE is committed to responsible growth of its businesses (power, gas and energy services) to succeed in the central challenges of delivering an energy transition to a low-carbon economy: providing access to sustainably generated energy, combating climate change, reducing its effect and making responsible use of natural resources.

The Group is developing high-performance, innovative solutions for personal customers, urban authorities and companies by applying its expertise in four key sectors: natural and renewable gas, renewable electricity, energy efficiency and digital technologies.

Business Challenges

Our customer’s information describing Leads, Prospects, Assets and Licences was stored in a variety of forms, across a multitude of locations, by a number of staff members. The activity of capturing, storing and presenting this information was manual and disconnected from the information owner. As a result, information stored on the previous centralised system (a PDF based Asset Book) had become outdated causing concern and a lack of trust.


  • Improved governance, visibility and compliance for senior management and board in relation to key Lead to Asset business processes
  • Increased visibility of trusted licence, lead, prospect or asset information through summary, functional and entity-based dashboard views
  • Increased collaboration between functions by providing a single system with common interfaces and an agreed and adhered to method for ensuring quality control
  • Reduced risk of missing key licence dates, lead/prospect or asset milestones by providing a graphical view which highlights such dates and their proximity
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