Creating the leading platform in Europe to manage all building connectivity
Property management specialists IWMAC, Egain and Cebyc recently joined forces to become leaders within proptech in Europe. The vision of the new company is to make a big impact in the fight against climate change by offering the smartest and most cost-efficient proptech platform on the market. Through innovative connectivity that monitors, controls and optimizes both the use of energy and organisations, Europe’s existing building mass is now set to become part of the solution for the future.
We know that buildings account for 40% of Europe’s energy consumption and that 36% of emissions emanate from them. We also know that 75% of Europe’s buildings are energy inefficient and that 95% of these will still be in use by 2050. In addition, 20% of all food in Europe is wasted or lost in production and distribution.
These troubling facts represent a great opportunity for us as a united force within property management. Bringing together our specialized expertise and technical platforms, we go to market with an unparalleled offer when it comes to energy and resource optimization.
We aim to turn these challenges into opportunities.
Around 31,000 commercial, industrial, residential and public buildings and 3,000 grocery stores in Northern Europe are already daily users of either an IWMAC, Egain or Cebyc solution for various energy control levels, efficiency and reporting. In 2020 the combined turnover of the three companies exceeded € 18 million. The company has offices in seven countries with a total of 130 employees.
IWMAC is a cloud-based SCADA software company headquartered in Trondheim, Norway. Since its inception in 2001, IWMAC has supported companies to reduce their energy consumption and product losses. Today, the IWMAC solutions connect to, monitor, and control technical installations in 4,000 buildings, including specialist grocery stores solutions. IWMAC also provides a 24/7/365 operated Alarm Centre.
Cebyc is a leading supplier of software for energy, waste and environmental management. The company covers the complete value chain from sensors to the reports, ensuring data quality and continuity in the reporting. The software brand Energinet have been translated into several languages and is today used at more than 25 000 buildings. Energinet is a web–based, real time carbon, energy and sustainability management system, built to meet the requirements of the GHG Protocol Corporate Standard, ISO 14064, ISO 50001, ISO 15927and DIN EN 16247. Cebyc was founded in 2002 in Trondheim, Norway.