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Consultancy : Project Management , Strategic Services, Automation, I.T, HRS & Training


In today’s increasingly virtual and globalized workplace, organizations need new ways to innovate, allocate resources and reinvent processes. That’s where smart strategies pay off, particularly in times of economic uncertainty. Working closely with clients, our Strategic Services consultants help your company drive innovation and business transformation needed to achieve success. We enable companies to generate new value and manage complex changes throughout their organizations. Our teams are global, and our management consultants’ experience runs deep.


Business Process Management (BPM)


Improve, optimize, and re-engineer processes across your business units to lower operating costs, improve the customer experience, and drive enterprise consistency through Business Process Re-engineering, Management and Optimization, Business Process Services (BPS) Transformation, and Mobile BPM.


Business Operations & Process Transformation


We help you analyze, redesign and outsource business processes for strategic needs such as time to market, right sourcing and straight–through processing.


Organizational Change Management & Business Readiness


Change is inevitable. Ensure that your organization can weather it all.
Our approach to change incorporates assessments, strategy, and procedures to ensure your people, your processes, and your technology are prepared for the future.


  • Global organizational readiness
  • Stakeholder assessments
  • Change management expertise
  • Capabilities assessments
  • Future state organization structures
  • Transition management and continuous improvement


Risk Management  


DAS SERVICES operates a Risk Management program to identify potential hazards, assess the risks and implement the appropriate measures.


The Risk Management System covers the identification of quality, health, safety and environment hazards and the assessment of risk at a level of detail appropriate to our operations from the collection of materials and equipment from suppliers and contractors for delivery to consolidation points and other project locations.


The assessment of risk shall be at a level of detail appropriate for individual sites and will take into account the specific requirements of applicable local regulations. The System will identify hazards, access the risk of those hazards and take appropriate actions to minimize risk. Actions taken shall include Fire Risk Assessment, Subcontractor Compliance, Identification of Areas of Uncertainty and Risk, Risk Assessment of Sub-contractors


Additionally, we have specialist expertise in related resource development disciplines and can also arrange for the requisite expertise as sought by the client. This allows us to provide a fully integrated service.


Asset Evaluation / Management Services


Increasingly sought out by business houses intent on acquisition and re-structuring, our services help determine the present day value of the plants. This involves


  • Specialist teams critically inspecting the plant and machinery under evaluation.
  • Scientific Evaluation studies include visual inspection, examination of history cards and records, and if required interaction with plant operation & maintenance staff.
  • Intrinsic value of assets arrived at, after due consideration of factors like present condition of the asset, age, wear and tear, technological obsolescence, extent of up gradation, refurbishment and maintenance done, breakdowns and trouble-shooting history, and current technological trends.
  • Take critical decisions on up gradation, replacements, sell off etc.



Energy management


Good energy management begins with an energy audit.


Effective management of energy-consuming systems can lead to significant cost and energy savings as well as increased comfort, lower maintenance costs, and extended equipment life. A successful energy management program begins with a thorough energy audit.


The energy audit evaluates the efficiency of all building and process systems that use energy. The energy auditor starts at the utility meters, locating all energy sources coming into a facility. The auditor then identifies energy streams for each fuel, quantifies those energy streams into discrete functions, evaluates the efficiency of each of those functions, and identifies energy and cost savings opportunities.


Energy Audit is defined as "the verification, monitoring and analysis of use of energy including submission of technical report containing recommendations for improving energy efficiency with cost benefit analysis and an action plan to reduce energy consumption". Implementation of recommended measures can help consumers to achieve significant reduction in energy consumption levels in their respective area.

Energy audit involves a systematic study undertaken on major energy consuming sections and equipments including construction of heat and mass balance with a view to identify the flow of energy, utilization efficiency of energy in each of the steps and pin-point wasteful energy used. A well-conducted energy audit would reveal the areas of wastage of energy and it would be possible to suggest saving of energy.

Energy Auditing Team:- 

  • Our team have extensive experience in diverse industrial projects
  • Are well experienced in interacting and liaising with various statutory agencies and third parties involved.
  • Also have 'hands on' experience of project management, electrical system design and inspection of HT/LT equipment, operation of site utilities, plant maintenance, energy management and QES.
  • We are fully equipped with latest testing equipments for Energy Auditing.

Role of Energy Auditor:

  • Carry out a detailed energy audit.
  • Quantify energy consumption and establish base line energy information.
  • Construct energy and material balance.
  • Perform efficiency evaluation of energy & utility systems.
  • Compare energy norms with existing energy consumption levels.
  • Identify and prioritization of energy saving measures.
  • Analysis of technical and financial feasibility of energy saving measures.
  • Recommend energy efficient technologies and alternate energy sources.
  • Report writing, presentation and follow up for implementation.

Preliminary energy audit is a relatively quick exercise to:

  • Establish energy consumption in the organization.
  • Estimate the scope for saving.
  • Identify the most likely (and the easiest areas for attention).
  • Identify immediate (especially no-/low-cost) improvements/ savings.
  • Set a 'reference point'.
  • Identify areas for more detailed study/measurement.
  • Preliminary energy audit uses existing, or easily obtained data.

Whereas, detailed energy audit

  • Offers the most accurate estimate of energy savings and cost.
  • Considers the interactive effects of all projects, accounts for the energy use of all major equipment.
  • Includes detailed energy cost saving calculations and project cost.

Steps involved in 'detailed energy audit'.

(EA) Pre-audit phase:

  • Plan and organize.
  • Walk through audit.
  • Informal interview with plant personnel.

Audit Phases:

a) Primary data collection. b) Conduct survey and monitoring. c) Conduct detailed trials and experiments. d) Analysis of energy use. e) Identification and development of energy conservation opportunities. f) Cost benefits analysis. g) Report preparation and presentation to the plant personnel and management.

  • Primary data collection.
  • Conduct survey and monitoring.
  • Conduct detailed trials and experiments.
  • Analysis of energy use.
  • Identification and development of energy conservation opportunities.
  • Cost benefits analysis.
  • Report preparation and presentation to the plant personnel and management.

The report documents the use and occupancy of the building and the condition of the building and building systems equipment. The report also recommends ways to improve efficiency through improvements in operation and maintenance items (O&M), and through installation of energy conservation measures (ECM).


Post audit phase:

Implementation and follow-ups