Paderborn, July 2014.
In the context of the efficiency comparison of the Federal Network Agency, many network operators still have some homework to do in terms of transparency. This includes, among other things, determining the extent of the costs that the respective company will have to reduce over the next five years, as well as clarifying the amount of permissible revenues from grid fees that may be generated with the gas and electricity distribution grids over the next five years. Companies that do not have operating cost transparency under control for their service level agreements will face problems in the future. Business management software such as OPTIMUS, which provides reliable information such as capacities, quantities, prices and costs for plants, projects and processes, can help.
With reference processes, role profiles (responsibility profiles) and reference service specifications, OPTIMUS can map the processes, the resulting projects and products for construction and maintenance transparently and clearly.