Energy Management Software Provider Launches New Energy Manager Blog

Provider of enterprise energy management software solutions announces the launch of a new blog, focusing on all aspects of energy management.

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Bellevue, Washington (PRWEB) March 28, 2014

EnergyManagementSoftware.com (http://energymanagementsoftware.com/), provider of energy management software solutions for enterprise-level businesses, announces the launch of a new energy blog. The latest blog will showcase some of the features provided by the company’s software as well as industry best practices, recent energy management energy news and best practices for energy managers.

The company, launched in 2010, has been helping enterprises decrease their recurring spend on energy solutions for nearly four years. Energy management services and solutions have lacked the data today’s cloud-based technologies can provide to organizations looking to save money on utility and power usage.

“The energy and facilities management market is ready for disrupting technologies, which is something we’re helping to provide organizations,” says Sales Engineer Stein Chu. “The value add for organizations means energy efficiency is bolstered for a fraction of the cost of the software solutions we provide,” says Chu. “It’s ultimately a win-win-win.”

Growth in the energy efficiency management software industry is helping to fuel greater demand for the company’s products which include everything from energy dashboards for tracking and growth options for energy.

As the company continues to see substantial growth, along with the industry at large, the company blog will provide a good portal of information for existing and new clients. “We’re hoping the blog will help to grow awareness for our energy management solutions around the world.”

About EnergyManagementSoftware.com

EnergyManagementSoftware.com is an energy consulting company based in Bellevue, Washington. The company works directly with energy and facilities managers within enterprise, government and non-profit organizations to help assist and curb the growth in corporate energy usage for cost and environmental savings.


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