Requirements for an energy efficiency software for small and medium sized enterprises
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Proceedings of the 27th Conference on Environmental Informatics - Informatics for Environmental Protection, Sustainable Development and Risk Management
Implementing tasks for energy efficiency is not easy to do especially for small and medium sized enterprises (SME) and has still not arrived the corporate routine. Beyond the daily business life SME rarely have personnel and also financial capital available to realize tasks for energy efficiency strutted and constructively. With an percentage of more than 99,6% (Ifm 2012) of all enterprises in Germany they are most important responsible in the business world. What they need are tools to manage this task beside the actual day trade. Standard software can be the solution, however the focus has to have high affinity for relevant corporate requirements while the developing process. Branchoriented software references particular environments and is suited for this problem since intersections are optimal within a branch. Through detecting those requirements and by closely collaboration with the target group a product with high relevancy to practice can be developed. Within the project ReMo Green branch-oriented energy efficiency networks support the process of gathering energy efficiency software requirements which will be assigned to a software product that will be provided to all enterprises of a branch in the network.