We’ve talked in previous blog posts about the fact that many facility managers don’t necessarily understand their energy usage. This is either due to the fact that the accounting department handles all of the billing and facility managers never see their energy bill, or even if they do, they’re unaware of what is “normal” and […]Read More..
RICHARDSON, TEXAS – Oct. 1, 2013 – EnTouch Controls, a leading provider of energy management systems (EMS) for small businesses and light commercial facilities, today announced its EnTouch 360°™, a new support service that assists in managing the energy and maintenance costs of restaurants, retail stores and other small businesses. The service increases energy efficiency […]Read More..
New EnTouch Pro Delivers Complete Facility Management from Any Computer, Tablet or SmartphoneRead More..
It’s franchisee show season, and we’re on the road to meet with restaurant franchisees to introduce them to the benefits of energy management.Read More..
The world is seeing a wave of new automation offerings for the home, allowing consumers to control the thermostat, doors and lights from a remote control or mobile device.Read More..
We’ve designed the EnTouch Energy Management System to be easy to set up and use. To prove that claim, industry expert Tim Chamblee of Stromquist & Company made a video demonstrating what it takes to set up a complete energy management system.Read More..
Facility automation sounds hard. Using a smartphone app sounds easy. What if the two met?Read More..
If you live the DFW area you might have seen the article about retailers adopting energy saving technology in a recent issue of Dallas Business Journal. In the article they shared the experience of one of our customers, Chuck E. Cheese’s, a chain of American family entertainment centers that installed EnTouch systems in 75 stores […]Read More..
Managing a multi-facility operation has many challenges, from ensuring profitability to managing staff to maintaining customer satisfaction. However, one challenge often overlooked by managers is HVAC costs, which according to survey results, amounts to 21% of the energy cost in restaurants and 50% of the energy cost in retail businesses.Read More..
As doors swing open into the summer sun and heat from the pizza oven blows through the kitchen, air-conditioning units work to cool the children running through Chuck E. Cheese’s. Managing energy usage for the 551 units of the Irving-based company can be a challenge.Read More..