Register with Bluefield for immediate, free access
to water market data and analysis.
Login

Suez Accelerates Digital Water Offering, Completes Stake in Optimatics

10 October 2018
Research Note

On 1 October 2018, Suez announced the acquisition of the entire share capital of Optimatics via its venture capital fund, Suez Ventures. In adding Optimatics to its suite of digital water products for the municipal utility market, Suez further strengthens its capabilities towards strategic design and capital investment decision making.

This Research Note provides an overview of Suez’s digital water strategy, including a breakdown of its annual revenues and growth. Bluefield water experts also analyze how Optimatics fits into the investment strategy of venture capital fund Emerald Technology Ventures.

Companies Mentioned

// // // // // // // // // // // // // //

Related Bluefield Analysis

Venture and Growth Capital: Transactions & Trends in Digital Water, 2009-2018 Venture capital continues to emerge as a key financing mechanism to accelerate growth, particularly as academic spin-offs and new market entrants seek to scale in a mature water sector. In recent years, the digitalization of the municipal water segment has attracted myriad of  start-ups...
Digital Water: Key Trends, Project Activity, and Market Outlook, 2018 Year in Review Overall, 2018 was a strong year for digital water, with growing interest among municipal water utilities seeking to engage in data-driven technologies and solutions. This quarterly insights highlights key trends in policy, project development, M&A, and venture funding activity in digital water, ...
Venture Capital in Water: Key Transactions and Trends As start-ups develop new solutions for a risk-averse municipal water sector, venture capital is a key channel of funding to bridge a lengthy process in establishing key utility references and growth. Geographically, the U.S. dominates venture capital deal flow in water, but we are also seeing signif...

This Research Note is only available to insight service clients. Interested in becoming a client?

Learn more about our services »

Contact us »

Share with colleagues





Water 2.0: Key Takeaways from Esri's 2019 Water GIS Conference linkedin.com/pulse/water-20… @Esri #ESRIWater2019 #DigitalWater #SmartWater #FutureofWater

25 Jan 2019 Water Utilities Call on Big Data to Guide Pipe Replacements

02 Jan 2019 AWR or SJW: Which Utility Stock is a Better Buy for 2019