GridPoint, a developer of data-driven energy management solutions(EMS), has released a newly designed user interface to their energy management software, GridPoint Energy Manager.
“Data can be overwhelming without supporting software to make it actionable. GridPoint has continued to make considerable investments to put the right data and tools in the hands of the right user at the right time.”
The Manager is the core software platform for GridPoint’s Energy Management Solution which includes granular submetering and monitoring, intelligent control, cloud-based software and professional services. GridPoint Energy Manager provides granular visibility into enterprise-wide energy use and monitored data, enabling customers to develop and execute smart strategies to improve operational efficiency and maximize energy savings up to 30%. With features such as Real-time Data, Intelligent Control Algorithms, Advanced Reporting and Project Tracking, users can diagnose malfunctioning equipment, identify savings opportunities and assess the financial benefits of energy efficiency projects with confidence. In addition, GridPoint Energy Manager has a corresponding application for iOS and Android devices giving facility managers and decision makers access to critical information on-the-go.
The navigation will maintain all existing functions while reducing clicks and improving usability for most common activities. Major updates include enhanced workflows for viewing and editing schedules and alarms, a more comprehensive data section with access to site real-time tables and graphs as well as a fully integrated project tracking module which will now be available to all users. Significant technology upgrades were also made to the software platform allowing scalability and flexibility for future development.
“User experience matters,” says Mark Danzenbaker, Senior VP of Sales, Marketing and Product Management. “Data can be overwhelming without supporting software to make it actionable. GridPoint has continued to make considerable investments to put the right data and tools in the hands of the right user at the right time.”
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