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BuildingIQ Gains Ground In The Commercial Property Market

Date: 04 October 2012

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Executive Summary

This case study is one of a series of reports that analyses software and supporting energy services designed for a specific energy domain, such as data centres, retail or commercial offices. Founded in 2009, BuildingIQ – which has 15 million sq ft of real estate space under contract – help clients optimize their real-time portfolio-level energy consumption with its BuildingIQ software offering. This report helps strategy leaders, Chief Marketing Officers and Business Development Directors that operate in the energy equipment, services and software markets to understand the energy-related equipment, business processes and governance specific to a commercial office building. Verdantix finds that to effectively scale their business activities in the commercial office energy domain, energy management software suppliers need to be aware of the contractual structure of a commercial office lease, help clients understand how energy management adds value to a building and communicate how energy management helps mitigate asset obsolescence risk.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

BUILDINGIQ GAINS GROUND IN THE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MARKET
BuildingIQ Optimizes Real-Time Consumption Without Drawing On Capital Expenditure
Understanding Commercial Nuances Is Key To Achieving Growth In This Market

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONEDORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

BuildingIQ, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Deutsche Bank, FirstFuel, Johnson Controls, Lend Lease, NABERS, NV Energy, Prudential Real Estate Investors, Retroficiency, SCIenergy