These companies operate within six areas of society and community development:
• Welfare services
• Community planning
Combined they employ more than 30.000 employees, with Energy and Transport by far being the largest branches.
The report has charted suppliers to smart communities that deliver solutions developed in interaction between companies and the community and use digitalization technologies as a key component of their products and services. The report has been conducted by Menon Economics and the objective of the project has been to put together a population of companies that act as suppliers to smart communities, and to provide information about the size and maturity level of these suppliers.
What companies act as suppliers for smart communities, and what two characteristic features are they recognized by? How do they work, and what are success factors? Read up on the report to find out this and more.