07.02.2022 – 17:07
The telecontrol and digitization specialist DigiComm has acquired shares in the software company Insert Information Technologies as part of a strategic investment. DigiComm is thus expanding its portfolio of solutions for the digitization of municipal companies in supply and disposal.
Insert Information Technologies GmbH is an innovative software company for waste and disposal management. DigiComm is one of the leading providers of solutions for monitoring and controlling decentralized systems from energy companies, public utilities, transport companies, water boards and industry. Together, municipal companies can be offered a holistic concept for the digitization of supply and disposal from a single source, says DigiComm Managing Director Carl von Campe on the investment.
An essential component of the offer is the BMS operations management software from Insert Information Technologies. The integrated, modular system brings together the areas of waste management and is already in use in numerous municipal companies. By linking sensor and resource data with geographic information and ticket functionalities, waste and bulky waste collection and street cleaning, for example, can be organized efficiently, economically and in a way that conserves resources. This is how the module allows BMS-car Real-time dispositions, route optimization, inventory and route guidance. Over BMS citizen services citizens can be interactively involved. The BMS thus lays the foundations for waste management 4.0 and the connection to the smart city. “In the digital community, the circle closes to supply,” says Jens Beuing, co-founder and managing director of Insert Information Technologies GmbH with Frank Marx, “and to the solutions from DigiComm”. DigiComm has been one of the most prominent players in digitization in the energy industry for three decades – initially with a strong focus on telecontrol technologies, today with concepts such as Connectivity as a Service. The merger of the activities of both companies enables municipal decision-makers to advance the digitization process centrally and with a technology partner.
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