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Meeting long-term GHG reduction goals, such as net-zero emissions, relies on managing market decarbonization, innovation availability and financial uncertainties. Executive leaders must respond to these uncertainties to retain stakeholder confidence and avoid claims of greenwashing.
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Gartner named GE Digital a Leader in the 2023 Magic Quadrant for Manufacturing Execution Systems for our Proficy Smart Factory (MES) software solution.
GE Digital also scored in the top two out of 19 vendors in 2022 Gartner® Critical Capabilities for Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) report.
Utilities need to integrate, control, and optimize an increasing number of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs), while meeting objectives such as grid resiliency, non-wire alternatives, fairness for all stakeholders, market access, and energy affordability for customers.
IDC MarketScape named GE Digital in the top Leaders quadrant and rated it #1 on DERMS capabilities.
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GE Digital was the first vendor to offer an integrated ADMS solution.
Guidehouse Insights positioned GE Digital as a Leader amongst peers with the highest ‘Execution’ rating across all vendors for being the trusted ADMS solution of choice to meet utility customer needs and deliver grid reliability and resiliency results. GE Digital was the first vendor to offer an integrated ADMS solution, covering the full energy value chain
The competitive landscape for ADMS is unique given the extensive requirements and growing list of modules captured under the ADMS umbrella.
Navigant Research named GE Digital #1 and the leader in their ADMS Leaderboard report.
Utilities are finding it challenging to maintain operational integrity with the rapid emergence of distributed energy resources (DERs), surge of additional sensors and inverters, more frequent climate events, and higher consumer expectations. As a result of the energy transition, utilities need a comprehensive enterprise suite – an Advanced Distribution Management Systems (ADMS) to deliver far greater grid reliability and resilience than ever before.
We believe this Gartner research provides utility CIOs with market perspective and insights alongside a list of Representative Vendors that support three foundational ADMS use cases
"GE Digital purposefully puts the customer first in every pursuit, from marketing to product development. At the same time, it leverages industrial data to solve some of its customers' toughest challenges, such as enabling more renewable energy on the grid, reducing emissions, increasing plant productivity, adapting to demand, and keeping their teams safe."
—Frost & Sullivan
"GE Digital is heavily vested in supporting customers with industry leading solutions to accelerate the Energy Transition while making the electric grid more secure and resilient. We see their Grid Analytics portfolio as clear evidence of the vision and innovation necessary to address the challenges of transforming operations, improving network efficiency and reliability while reducing cost."
—Vasanth Krishnan, Senior Analyst, Frost & Sullivan
GE Digital named as 2020 Global IIoT-Based Asset Management and Optimization Customer Value Leadership Award winner.
GE Digital wins Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Award for Global Transmission & Distribution Grid Analytics Product Leadership.