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Energy Software Delves Deeper Into Asset Management

Date: 26 June 2014

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6 pages

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Optimizing energy-consuming assets is a big challenge, particularly for large firms or for firms in asset-intensive industries such as food and beverage, manufacturing or retail. This report helps Heads of Energy and Heads of Facilities better understand the capabilities of software applications available on the market to assist with identifying and diagnosing faults, scheduling maintenance events and managing the consumption of energy-consuming assets. It draws on data from the Verdantix Green Quadrant Building Energy Management Software fact base, in which Verdantix assessed the capabilities and market momentum of 14 building energy management software providers. Most software providers are responding to customer demands in this space by providing alerting and maintenance scheduling capabilities, but some firms are innovating, leading the market with more advanced functionality.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ENERGY SOFTWARE DELVES DEEPER INTO ASSET MANAGEMENT

Asset Management Is A Natural Extension Of Energy Management
Suppliers Meet Demand Through Monitoring And Alerting Capabilities
Software Leaders Enable Facilities Teams To Be More Proactive

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

BuildingIQ, Elster EnergyICT, EnerNOC, eSight Energy, GridPoint, IBM, Johnson Controls, Microsoft, Verisae