QA Graphics Offers Energy Dashboard Competitive Upgrade

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QA Graphics offers a discount for organizations to upgrade their existing energy dashboard to utilize the award-winning Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard. Upgrade to the Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard and receive a 25 percent product discount.

Energy dashboard provides occupants building performance feedback.

Energy Dashboard

Clients that upgrade their existing energy dashboard solution to QA Graphics’ Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard will receive a 25 percent discount.

QA Graphics, a Des Moines-based interactive design firm and leading provider of energy dashboards, invites organizations to upgrade their existing energy dashboard to utilize QA Graphics’ award-winning Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard®.

As an interactive design firm, QA Graphics is very familiar with the process of upgrading design software to ensure that they stay current with the latest design capabilities. With 2012 quickly approaching, QA Graphics recommends a similar approach to organizations utilizing an energy monitoring dashboard in their building.    The trend of using energy dashboards to encourage occupants to change their behavior and make resource conscious decisions is becoming commonplace, as studies continue to prove that when facilities get their occupants involved they can further reduce building resource use and operating costs.

QA Graphics encourages organizations to review the benefits of their existing dashboard and consider making a competitive upgrade to the Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard. Other organizations have switched their energy dashboard to QA Graphics’ solution because of product issues, increased service contracts or a BAS vendor change. Advantages of QA Graphics’ Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard are that there are no recurring fees or contracts, no BAS constraints, and the end-user has full control of their energy dashboard. The solution is created with a content management system (CMS), allowing the end user to update the content and images to ensure the display stays current with their sustainable efforts.

Energy dashboards can create occupant awareness and engage occupants to change their behaviors and participate in the organization’s sustainable efforts for a more efficient building. QA Graphics’ dashboard for buildings can also help earn points towards green building certification programs, including the U.S. Green Building Council’s® (USGBC) Innovation in Design Green Education and Innovation in Design School as a Teaching Tool credits under LEED®, a variety of points under The Green Building Initiative’s™ Green Globes® green building rating and assessment system and Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS).

Clients that upgrade their existing energy dashboard solution to QA Graphics’ Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard will receive a 25 percent discount. When providing a new energy dashboard, QA Graphics will utilize as many existing design assets as possible, and the application may be used on the customer’s existing display hardware, i.e. touchscreen, intranet, internet, etc. The new energy dashboard can display real-time building performance information and education to motivate viewers to participate in energy efficient practices. Additional features may also be added, such as a calendar of events or building directory, allowing the solution to meet all of the organization’s display needs.

QA Graphics has provided their energy monitoring solution for schools, universities, libraries, restaurants, commercial businesses, and government organizations all over the country. To learn more about this educational dashboard and view offer details, visit

About QA Graphics
QA Graphics is an Iowa-based interactive design company specializing in Flash development, touchscreen applications, 3D design/animation, mobile apps and other multimedia. The company is also a leader in the building automation and green building industries, providing graphic outsourcing and energy dashboards to help educate occupants about building performance and sustainability. To learn more, call 515-965-3403.


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