Panoramic Power Expands Focus To Operational Performance
Date: 26 January 2015
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Founded in 2009, Panoramic Power brings together non-invasive, wireless and self-powered device level hardware, cloud-based software and supporting services to help firms manage energy demand and improve operational performance. In December 2014, Panoramic Power announced that it had raised a further $7 million in Series B funding with software firm Autodesk joining existing investors. To hear more about Panoramic Power and its strategy going forward after this latest investment, Verdantix spoke with CEO, Yaniv Vardi and Senior Director of Marketing, Jon Rabinowitz. This report provides corporate Energy and Facilities Managers, as well as strategy leaders, Business Development Directors and Chief Marketing Officers within firms looking for a software partner, with an overview of Panoramic Power’s strategy for 2015.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PANORAMIC POWER EXPANDS FOCUS TO OPERATIONAL PERFORMANCE
Wireless Hardware Provides Granular Visibility Into Energy Consumption
Development Is Focused On Functionality For Energy And Facilities Services
Finding The Right Partners Is Key To Panoramic Power’s Growth Strategy
TABLE OF FIGURES
Figure 1: BMS Penetration By Building Footprint (North America)
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