WASHINGTON, DC – November 21, 2020 — Furthering its dedication to be a top Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) advocacy firm, DHS, is pleased to announce its new strategic partnership with Polarstern, an energy provider in Germany.
With its robust portfolio of Dynamic Enterprise Performance Management (dEPM) products, Polarstern works to help organizations across numerous industries capture critical data in real-time while providing an elite user experience – from a rich user interface to a robust integration covering processes from the transaction level to reporting. Its software is purpose-built for specific industries, providing product suites designed to help CFOs to run their financial business on their terms.
Global organizations are constantly looking to improve their financial planning and reporting mechanisms, needing responsive, flexible and often custom solutions. It’s no secret the rapid pace of change impacts different industries in different ways. With this new partnership, stakeholders will have more options to address their specific situation, leveraging Infor’s progressive technology and Polarstern’s extensive EPM expertise.
“Polarstern has developed an end-to-end EPM/BI solution and is eager to offer the market another integrated option. DHS is excited to be one of the selected partners to work with customers to help them unlock the value of their information from transaction to reporting,” said Fernando Aguirre, DHS Vice-Chairman.
“DHS has a deep knowledge and expertise in EPM and BI, which should prove to be extremely valuable for our current and future customers,” said Peter Hillman, Vice President of Polarstern. “This partnership aligns with our core strategy on many fronts and can help provide our mutual customers with greater insight to make more informed decisions across the enterprise.”
The digital utility Polarstern is one of the leading companies in the field of decentralized energy solutions for Multi-Party-Buildings in Germany.
So-called “Mieterstrom” enables tenants in urban areas to get access to affordable, locally produced renewable energy.
Besides using electricity for direct household consumption and heating, it also provides great potential for the mobility sector, such as charging batteries of electric vehicles. Especially for residential areas, the combination of charging stations with battery storage can drastically increase the share of direct consumption.
This integrated concept offers advantages to tenants as well as additional attractiveness for future-oriented residential real estate developments. Furthermore, it is a blueprint for future Energy markets.
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