With the help of intelligent document processing (IDP), Allianz Real Estate has the ability to evaluate the electricity, gas, and heating consumption amongst their portfolio. They can ultimately extend the service with additional bills from new suppliers.
Over 6'000 energy bills per year for 300 pieces of real estate.
Allianz Suisse Immobilien AG, a company of the Allianz insurance group, launched the "CO2 footprint" project to measure and reduce the company-wide CO2 footprint. To determine the current CO2 emissions of the 300 properties, the electricity, gas, and district heating consumption data were collected and evaluated. 6,000 electricity bills were read, which were issued by 96 energy companies over a period of one year. This resulted in large deviations of the bills in terms of layout and structure. Manual collection of the information would have been time-consuming, repetitive and error-prone, which is why an automated solution was instigated.
"Acodis extracted the data provided in energy bills with a very high accuracy and in a relatively short period of time."
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