Product Announcement: Softtek EMS

 

Softtek, a global IT services provider, recently announced the launch of Softtek EMS, an Energy Management Solution that allows large organizations to monitor, measure and analyze energy consumption, reduce costs and improve efficiency.

“Through seamless integration of multiple devices and assets, Softtek EMS enables data analytics and operational insight to drive continuous improvement,” said Marcos Jimenez, CEO of Softtek US and Canada. “By providing greater visibility into energy use, this end-to-end solution helps our customers to more effectively manage resources and reduce costs.”

The ability to connect different assets so that they can easily communicate and share and analyze data is key to achieving benefits from the Internet of Things (IoT). By leveraging an agnostic and open systems platform to enable robust connectivity among multiple devices and assets from disparate sources, Softtek EMS goes beyond basic monitoring of energy consumption to deliver true “smart building” and Internet of Things functionality. By applying Agile and Minimum Viable Product (MVP) methodologies, moreover, the solution quickly delivers quantifiable ROI.

The solution also provides real-time benchmarking for customers to gauge their energy management metrics against competitors and industry peers.

“Developing a viable business case for the Internet of Things and energy management presents a challenge for many businesses,” said Dagoberto Mata, vice president and head of Industrial Internet of Things at Softtek US and Canada. “By quantifying bottom-line benefits within a specific timeframe, and facilitating access to investment resources, Softtek EMS helps decision makers demonstrate the viability of an energy management initiative.”

 

 

 

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