IBM TRIRIGA Environmental and Energy Management Software vs. Oracle Skire
By Susan Eustis
IBM TRIRIGA environmental and energy management software has been very successful in helping facilities managers meet and achieve improvements in meeting environmental and energy management goals. Now Oracle has bought Skire in hopes of competing directly.
IBM TRIRIGA delivers environmental and energy management software to reduce energy consumption and meet sustainability goals. IBM TRIRIGA environmental and energy management software identifies worst-performing facilities, generates higher returns from energy efficiency projects, and accelerates implementation of the top-three tactics used to achieve facility energy reduction goals.
Skire bought by Oracle today is positioned to help improve efficiency and cut costs. Skire makes software that helps companies plan and execute projects. It remains to be seen whether Skire can be retrofitted to provide the robust functionality already offered by IBM TRIRIGA.
IBM TRIRIGA is an application platform that provides graphical and highly intuitive configuration tools. TRIRIGA is used to rapidly configure and reconfigure applications and extend application value. Standards-based technology, interfaces and high-performance workflow process engine leverage an n-tiered architecture. Performance benchmarks provide key tools and key system configuration automation. One key competitive advantage IBM offers is the integration platform that addresses enterprise-class scalability.
IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform reduces traditional software development time up to 33% . It improves interoperability with financial management and ERP systems. On-line and asynchronous process performance are achieved through a scalable n-tier architecture. Oracle will be challenged to offer competitive capability that begins to approach this enterprise class system functionality.
IBM TRIRIGA Facility Assessment identifies and prioritizes deferred maintenance, and improves environmental performance of facilities. It enables condition-based financial and operational management of facilities, building systems and assets across the enterprise. Establish goals, manage assessments, analyze asset condition data, and provide information to make informed budget and maintenance decisions, and execute projects & work tasks.