EnergyPrint Hires Ben Herkenhoff as Development Team Lead

New Development Team Lead will focus on creating solutions directly tied to the business needs of EnergyPrint's customers.

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St. Paul, Minn. (PRWEB) August 07, 2014

EnergyPrint has named Ben Herkenhoff as its new Development Team Lead. He will direct the development of EnergyPrint's utility dashboard application, which provides utility data management and measurement services to energy service providers nationally. With a strong focus on understanding customer needs, his responsibilities will revolve around identifying new features and optimizing existing functions to help make EnergyPrint customers more successful in delivering their energy services solutions.

As an experienced business analyst and project manager for SaaS companies, Herkenhoff is known for leading process initiatives that improve efficiency and enhance customer intimacy with agile development methodology. He earned his BA from Metropolitan State University and is pursuing his MBA from the Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota.

"As our organization continues to grow, we are proud to fill this key position with an agile and savvy professional," said Priscilla Koeckeritz, EnergyPrint's President and CEO. "Ben’s unique knowledge and skill set will help us further evolve our application to serve our customers in ways that are most meaningful."

About EnergyPrint:

EnergyPrint is a Minnesota-based corporation using energy utility data to generate macro-level business insight across buildings and portfolios. EnergyPrint works directly with utilities to gather, input, and validate data, providing an administrative solution that reduces time and engineering expense for building owners and the professionals who serve them. We integrate our data services and web application into our customers’ businesses, powering solutions to help find, track, and prove energy savings and efficiency improvements in commercial buildings across the U.S. and Canada. For more information, visit http://www.energyprint.com.


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