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Thursday, 20 June

4energy Launches analytics4energy

The 4energy Group is celebrating its first birthday by launching a new company, analytics4energy.  The new enterprise is led by industry expert and 4energy group Director, Dave Woodhams alongside the technical and business development expertise of Richard Caws and David Lixton.

The new company offers a set of ‘Software As Managed Services’ (SAMS) products.  These allow owners and managers of all enterprises to fully understand and control energy usage and therefore reduce expenditure and carbon emissions whilst often increasing asset value.

Analytics4energy’s products combine traditional energy consumption data, virtual data and any other intelligent system data to help businesses gain substantial strategic advantages otherwise not possible.

To achieve this, the 4energy group has developed a new analytics platform Halo, which will be delivered through analytics4energy.  Halo was borne using the Company’s extensive experience in energy analytics and building management coupled with a passion for providing both specific and tailor-made solutions.

Halo utilises the power and flexibility of a cloud-based platform to create user-friendly analytical interfaces to help clients make better business decisions.

In essence, Halo enables users to fully understand and control their energy usage along with its associated cost and environmental impact.

 

Picture: The 4energy Group Logo.

Article written by Robin Snow

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