Verisae will incorporate automated utility data from Urjanet into its energy and sustainability management applications – vx Conserve and vx Sustain. This partnership provides Verisae’s customers access to current and historical utility data.
Verisae says the data made available by utility providers is not uniform across distributed locations, making it very challenging for multi-site organizations to gather and make sense of the data required for energy analysis. Urjanet has an automated approach to acquiring utility data.
Verisae’s energy and sustainability management platform combined with Urjanet data will give restaurants, convenience stores, retail chains and other energy-intensive businesses the information they need to target sub-optimally performing facilities for maintenance work and equipment upgrades.
In June, CRedit360, a supplier of sustainability management software, announced a similar partnership with Urjanet to enable CRedit360 users to receive automatically collected and standardized utility data from over 1,700 internationally-dispersed utility providers.