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Addressing the power grid — from generation, transmission, distribution, and advanced metering to the customer experience.
Benchmarking building performance and tracking your organization’s sustainability goals.
Managing everything from drilling sets to detecting when there’s going to be a failure before it happens.
Combining information exploration, predictive analytics, and visualizations into one simple yet high-powered application.
Processing petascale data sets, gigascale sensor networks, and enterprise and extraprise information system integrations.
“This award acknowledges the work we have already done to enhance the quality of our service with big data technologies. It is a welcome reward and further motivation for us to accelerate the process of digitizing our business.” – Livio Gallo, Head of Global Infrastructure and Networks Business Line
C3 Energy is building a world-class company of experienced professionals. If you’re driven to produce exceptional work and you’re looking for a fast-paced, collaborative environment, C3 Energy may be a fit for you.
C3 Energy has released the next generation of its C3 Customer Analytics application suite with significant enhancements that advance interactions between utilities and energy retailers across residential, commercial, and large enterprise customers on one fully integrated platform. With this release, utilities and energy retailers can provide their customers a compelling self-service user experience with higher…
When analytics software company C3 Energy emerged from stealth in 2011, expectations ran high. After all, the company’s founder was veteran entrepreneur Tom Siebel, who sold his previous “startup” to Oracle for almost $6 billion. Four years later, C3 is reporting progress among utilities, including Italy’s biggest power company Enel, and businesses such as Cisco…
The Internet of Things (IoT) has gained momentum. Sensors are now small and cheap enough to embed in all kinds of devices, and more companies are leveraging the vast data generated. Here are some key drivers your company needs to remember as you jump into IoT. Gartner expects 6.4 billion “things” will be connected to the Internet…