To enable energy transition, EnBW expanded its offering relying on a new business division, that of renewables.
This is why, EnBW needed to train employees in the execution of maintenance and inspection activities on complex operations on wind turbines. It was not an easy task considering that knowledge often belongs to the most experienced and senior technicians, only. And so how to deal with the current retirement of skilled employees? How to distribute knowledge at all corporate levels?
To boost efficiency of training activities and enhance the company’s collective tribal knowledge, EnBW chose the Next-Gen FSM Platform, allowing senior technicians to automatically create training workflows that are readily available to technicians who need dedicated training when performing field activities.
EnBW is aware of the growing importance of sustainability topics in the world and therefore monitors the environmental, social, and economic impact of its business activities, in an effort to continuously improve them. The objective is to pursue a business model that generates value for stakeholders across the board, combining operating performance with social and environmental sustainability objectives, while also promoting ethics and integrity and guaranteeing to focus on human resources and the wider community in general.
Through the Next-Gen FSM Platform, EnBW can put into practice sustainable consumption processes, while providing affordable and clean energy and investing in people, giving them the perfect setting to flourish through high-quality education and cutting-edge technologies. Moreover, the remote collaboration allows to reduce travel costs, thus considerably decreasing CO2 emissions.
OverIT Next-Gen FSM Platform has also contributed to reaching Sustainable Development Goals.