After almost 70 years developing, financing and managing residential and commercial infrastructure around the world, it was time to disrupt traditional business and build new data-driven revenue streams.
Like many large enterprises, this infrastructure group possessed petabytes of data stored in various places, and the organisation saw an opportunity to generate more value from its data trove. With access to almost limitless data sets from current property assets, such as designs, costings, security cameras, elevators, air conditioners and more - together with external data measuring air pollution, traffic, weather and more - the potential insights waiting to be discovered were untold. These insights would not only lead to more efficient use of its current property assets, but also pave the way for new digital products, revenue streams, and business units.
The corporation needed a secure and highly scalable cloud data platform. Security, governance, and compliance requirements were critical, as the group manages multiple government and high-security facilities.
Additionally, there was a challenging amount of project data in a print or PDF form. While the PDF’s were consistent, the volume of documentation meant manual conversion was not possible.