Johnson Controls Digital Solutions received perfect score in “vision and strategy” in Independent Analyst Firm’s 2019 report

November 18, 2019

Recently, Verdantix, an independent research and consulting firm with expertise in environment, health, safety and quality, operational excellence and smart buildings, released their Green Quadrant IoT Platforms For Smart Buildings 2019 report. Johnson Controls was positioned as a leader in both IoT platform/application capabilities and momentum for strategic success in the Green Quadrant. The Green Quadrant graphical analysis was created using a flexible multi-criteria model to categorize and compare companies’ Integrated IoT platforms and Applications for Smart Buildings based on 21 key capabilities and six metrics gauging momentum for strategic success.

Johnson Controls received a perfect score in the vision and strategy component of the momentum evaluation, proving its strong commitment to innovative smart building solutions that help power customers’ missions. Johnson Controls Digital Solutions – including Connected Equipment Services, Central Plant Optimization, Enterprise Management, Digital Vault, Assurance Series, Converged Cyber-physical Security and False Alarm Reduction Service – scored equal to or above other companies in nearly every category. Capabilities where Johnson Controls scored highest include user interface, security and asset management and monitoring.

“Meeting our customers’ needs and powering their missions is at the forefront of our work at Johnson Controls,” said Sudhi Sinha, vice president and general manager of Digital Solutions at Johnson Controls. “To be recognized as leaders in the smart building space speaks volumes about the work we’ve been doing and the solutions we’ve created, which will continue to drive innovation and help our customers optimize the value, security and performance of their buildings.”

“As a Green Quadrant Market Leader, Johnson Controls has established an impressive breadth of customer centered, IoT-enabled platforms and technologies,” said Dennis Callaghan, principal analyst, Verdantix. “Their smart building capabilities were ranked among the highest in usability and security, and are providing significant ROI value to their customers across all verticals by leveraging data to help them plan, manage and utilize their spaces and places more effectively.”


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