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ENTOUCH Meets The Needs Of Small And Medium Facilities With Integrated Smart Building Solutions

Date: 26 June 2017

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Since 2010, building energy management software vendors have had to update their strategies to address market headwinds and the unique needs clients face (see Verdantix The Future Of The Building Energy Management Software Market). US-based ENTOUCH, founded in 2008, has evolved its strategy beyond being an energy management point solution to a fully integrated and scalable smart building solution for facility optimization management (see Verdantix Facilities Optimization Management Emerges As A New Vision For Optimizing Building Portfolios). To better understand how the firm is helping clients to implement facility optimization solutions, Verdantix spoke with Greg Fasullo, CEO and Jon Bolen, COO at ENTOUCH.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ENTOUCH Meets The Needs Of Small And Medium Facilities With Integrated Smart Building Solutions
ENTOUCH Provides A Systems Integration Solution To Enhance Small And Medium Facilities
ENTOUCH’s Smart Building Solution Enables Small And Medium Facilities To Successfully Implement Facility Optimization Strategies
Multi-Site Clients Should Look To ENTOUCH For Data-Driven Operational Efficiency

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

Austin Energy, Brookfield Global Integrated Solutions, Corrigo, Duke Energy, Ecova, EnerNOC, Envizi, E.ON, GPT Group, Hawaii Electric Company, JC Penney, Matrix, Maximo, Pizza Hut, Reliant Energy, Service Channel, TD Bank, TGI Fridays, Urjanet, US Energy Information Agency.