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OPTIMATICS: PLAN SMARTER
Optimatics, a SUEZ company, is changing the trajectory of public infrastructure, powering outcome-driven analytics strategies that help utilities achieve new levels of economic, operational and community impact. With Optimatics, infrastructure leaders leverage an intelligent platform combined with their engineering judgment to explore the full range of options and tackle complex decision-making with confidence. From small, discrete projects to multi-year programs, Optimatics helps organizations quickly identify and deliver fit-for-purpose, unbiased outcomes that benefit all stakeholders. Only the Optimatics platform leverages algorithms, intelligent automation, and the computational cloud to simultaneously balance cost, risk, and level of service against an explosion of new factors infrastructure leaders must grapple with to better serve their communities. Optimatics powers infrastructure strategies for more than 75 million citizens across 300 utilities and 4 continents. Engineers at the core, the team’s real-world expertise, the heritage of innovation and proven IP has made them a trusted strategic partner around the globe.
Avoid significant capital and operating costs through an exhaustive analysis of infrastructure improvement and system operating alternatives.
Identify a range of feasible, alternative solutions for stakeholder consideration.
Produce highly defensible solutions based on a comprehensive, unbiased process.
Improve system performance in terms of security of supply, water quality, and customer service levels.
Reduce energy consumption, minimize risk, and meet regulatory and environmental standards.
Improve decision-making transparency.
Meet regulatory and environmental standards with confidence and at a minimal cost.
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OPTIMATICS, A SUEZ COMPANY
SUEZ is a major player in environmental services. For almost 160 years, SUEZ has supported local communities and industrial companies in the management of essential services such as water, waste, and air quality. As such, SUEZ produces drinking water for 66 million people worldwide, recovers 2 million tons of secondary raw materials per year, and generates 3.1 TWh of renewable energy from waste. In our ongoing management of the ecological transition and climate change challenges, SUEZ will rely on the expertise and commitment of its 35,000 employees (particularly in France, Italy, Central Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia) to offer high value-added and customized environmental solutions to all its customers. SUEZ’s expertise allows, for instance, its customers to avoid the emission of 4.2 million tons of CO2, thus improving their carbon footprint and their impact on climate. With a turnover of nearly 7 billion euros and backed by its expertise and capacity to innovate, SUEZ has strong growth prospects. Soon, SUEZ will rely on a solid consortium of investors made up of Meridiam and GIP—with 40% stakes each—and the Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations Group with a 20% stake in the capital, including 8% held by CNP Assurances, to pursue its strategic development plans in France and internationally.