RICHARDSON, TEXAS – May 3, 2016 – EnTouch , a market leader of facility asset and energy intelligence, today announced that EnTouch will be participating at the High-Performance Buildings + Workplaces (HPB+W) Event in Austin, Texas on May 3-4, 2016.
“EnTouch is leading the way in providing real-life IoT applications to the facility professional and we are excited about attending NFMT’s specialty event,” said Tom Kay, Vice President Sales & Marketing. “The event provides us with an great opportunity to network with industry thought leaders and educate facility professionals on our facility asset and energy intelligence platform (EnTouch 360).”
EnTouch is a technology company that leverages facility asset and energy intelligence solutions to accurately assess and control energy consumption and expenditure. The company’s award winning EnTouch 360™ platform provides a dedicated team of energy experts who utilize leading-edge software, best-in-class hardware and predictive or “targeted” analytics to improve operational efficiencies, significantly reduce energy consumption and maximize energy savings. Nationally recognized for its ongoing commitment to sustainability and their innovative Internet of Things (IoT) approach, the EnTouch platform is OpenADR 2.0B compliant and Title 24 certified supporting over 4000 locations in diverse industries including: retail, restaurant, grocery, real estate, healthcare, and hospitality. Connect with EnTouch on Facebook, Twitter and our blog.
About NFMT High-Performance Buildings & Workplaces (HPB+W)
NFMT is the country’s most robust event dedicated to professionals responsible for the management, operations, design and construction of commercial and institutional buildings. Conference sessions are focused on sustainability, energy, assets, management, strategy, technology, security and more. The NFMT High-Performance Buildings & Workplaces (HPB+W) is a show where hundreds of facility professionals from every corner of the facility management industry (government, education, commercial office, healthcare, retail and hospitality), convened to learn the latest in the move toward sustainable, efficient, occupant-focused facilities.