ESG has the expertise to move quickly and take advantage of opportunities.
The most successful global businesses rely on trusted business relationships and partners to help them expand internationally. Choosing the right partner early in the process of entering foreign markets improves the likelihood of becoming the market leader.
Accessing customers in deregulated energy markets around the world requires ambition, know-how and the ability to stand out from the competition. Successfully running operations in one country is no guarantee that setting up shop in a new region with different rules, regulations, protocols, and language barriers will be easy.
Expanding a retail energy business globally becomes greatly simplified when the back-office processes are supported by a fully-localized solution tailored for the regions where new opportunities await. Partnering with ESG for key back office functions and support provides the expertise needed to free up valuable resources and time that are better directed toward acquiring new customers.
With ESG’s extensive knowledge of deregulated energy markets, Energy retailers seeking to reach customers in the U.S., Canada, U.K., Japan and Mexico can benefit from having a single partner that allows them access to these global markets.
In 2016 ESG introduced Retail Energy Enterprise Solution (REES) for the Japanese market and acquired the UK-based Utiligroup to strengthen ESG’s position as the leading provider of SaaS solutions for expanding energy choice globally.
Retail Energy Enterprise Solutions (REES) combines data management , Customer Information and Billing, Wholesale Energy and Sales and Prcing systems and services to meet the end to end operational requirements of energy retailing businesses in Japan, the largest and fastest growing retail electric market in the world.
Utiligroup provides integrated SaaS, business process management (BPM) and actionable data analytics to help energy retailers successfully enter the UK energy market and maintain sustainable, competitive growth. In the UK, the energy market is one of the most competitive in the world, and the market share held by independent retailers is growing rapidly.