Management Consulting Firm ROI Expands Investment Focus into Energy and Project Management Sectors

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Management specialists at ROI Business Solutions expand online presence into project management and energy software markets.

Management advisory company ROI Business Solutions announces the expansion of investment focus to two software-as-a-service markets including energy and project management. The company has chosen these as industries of merit in 2013 for a number of strategic reasons. First, both rely heavily on leading data and real-time analytics and measurement, something ROI has fed-on since inception. Second, both project and energy management are experiencing unprecedented growth. Finally, both industries are highly dependent on advanced cloud technology, an area in which ROI has a strategic interest.

Project Management

Growth in both project manager salaries and overall quantity of project management personnel worldwide showcases an increasing need for such support as the industry continues to expand. “Project management professionals numbered nearly 100,000 in 2004. Now, nearly ten years later, the number is expected to have quadrupled in size,” says Ben Beck, ROI marketing manager. Such growth has spurred demand for appropriate tools within the industry, something ROI is helping to showcase.

The expanse of the industry at large has helped to spur greater discussions on processes, industry changes and expert best practices among industry professionals. As collaboration among teams within organizations is turned outward to the industry as a whole, ROI aims to be at the forefront of this project management industry communication expansion.

Energy Management

According to Verdantix, the energy software industry is expected to grow to nearly $600 million by the end of 2014. That represents a fourfold increase over the industry’s 2010 numbers. Much of the industry’s expanded growth has been the result of a number of key industry micro and macro trends. First, government regulation continues to force both public and private institutions to invest in energy-saving and energy efficiency initiatives. Second, regular pressure to cut costs wherever possible is driving heavy investment in energy efficiency from internal corporate management. Finally, customers are demanding more LEED certified facilities and green energy initiatives from products and services produced and provided to them.

Collaborative and data-mining tools have and continue to grow at an alarming rate, providing management and personnel a better view of efficiency and growth opportunities within the organization. As a company, ROI intends to capitalize on the growth by joining in and contributing to the growing conversation and providing expert services where available.

About ROI

Since 2010, ROI has worked with some of the country’s fastest-growing technology firms to establish a presence, optimize processes and grow. In addition, the company assists in business preparation prior to complete corporate divestiture and sale. In particular, the firm focuses on software mergers & acquisitions as a strategic area of focus. ROI helps businesses in the sale of corporate stock and business assets. The company is located in Seattle, Washington. For more information, please visit

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