02. 22. 2016

EnTouch to Speak at Baird Conference

EnTouch’s Chief Executive Officer to Discuss Energy Management as it relates to the Internet of Everything (IOE) at Baird Conference


RICHARDSON, TEXAS – February 22, 2016 – EnTouch, a market leader of facility asset and energy intelligence, today announced its Chief Executive Officer, Greg Fasullo, will speak at Baird’s 2016 Private Company Technology & Services Conference in New York. 

Baird's inaugural Private Company Technology & Services Conference, which will take place on February 24-25, at the Four Seasons Hotel, will showcase presenting executives from more than 20 leading privately held business services, technology and technology-enabled companies across Energy Technology, Enterprise Software & SaaS, Facility and Industrial Services, Financial Technology, Business Process Outsourcing, Consumer & Retail, Education Human Capital Management, Information Solutions, IT Outsourcing and Marketing.

On Wednesday, February 24, Fasullo will present “The IoE of Energy Management,” which will cover opportunities for efficiencies and savings and how IoE translates into energy management and the ability to proactively focus on critical energy management issues, reduce energy consumption and costs, extend equipment life, diminish unnecessary maintenance or “service” calls and improve overall capital planning.

“We are excited to share our market insight as it relates to energy management to Baird’s esteemed conference guests,” said Fasullo. “Our facility asset and energy intelligence platform [EnTouch 360™] resonates among enterprise who are in need of real-time and “targeted” analytics to significantly reduce energy consumption and maximize energy savings.

For example, a national retail chain can effectively leverage IoE data to benchmark and improve overall store performance across their locations. Facilities teams now have direct access to real-time data on the health of their HVAC systems and can proactively control facility comfort while significantly reducing maintenance expense by turning what has traditionally been considered ‘preventative’ maintenance into ‘proactive’ intelligent maintenance. The benefits are tangible as overall energy costs are dramatically reduced, maintenance expenses are diminished, and emergency truck rolls by service providers are virtually eliminated.

A restaurant chain can now access real-time data on food storage and the overall sanitation conditions of their facilities and quickly notify the local restaurant manager of critical food-safety issues. Having access to real-time refrigeration temperature data associated with walk-in coolers and freezers and hot water temperatures can reduce food spoilage, contamination and loss. Additionally, this degree of data can be made readily available to food inspectors as well. By providing this level of proactive support to facilities professionals and restaurant employees the risk of outbreak that recently plagued national restaurant chains like Chipotle could be avoided.

About EnTouch

EnTouch is a technology company that leverages 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 Everything (IoE) approach, EnTouch supports over 4000 locations in diverse industries including retail, restaurant, grocery, real estate, healthcare, and hospitality. Connect with EnTouch on Facebook, Twitter and our blog.


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