In trouble trying to choose the right energy management software for your project? Oh no!
We can just picture the scene: your desk is piled high with brochures, quotes and provider offers… and the clock is ticking. Yours is the classic energy manager dilemma: the longer you put off your decision, the fewer energy savings you will be able to achieve!
Worry no more: you’ll be in a much better position to make a decision faster with our latest guide: How to Choose the Right Energy Management Software.
What do you mean by the “best” energy management software?
If you ask me, the answer is really easy. And no, I’m not going to say that DEXMA is the magic solution for everyone (although it is pretty magical…).
Even though I truly believe that our energy analytics software is one of the top aM&T solutions on the market, the best EMS for you is the one that suits your needs.
To clarify: not only should your energy management software suit your current needs, but it must also offer flexible possibilities to scale and align with your business growth goals.
Of course, all of this has to be affordable. And you’ve probably got a list of dealbreaker energy management features it should include like M&V Tools, reports, alerts, fuel tank monitoring, capacity to work with any energy source…
Okay, I was joking before. Choosing the best energy management software is definitely not the easiest thing in the world…
If you’re an ESCO it’s even more complicated, because your chosen energy management solution needs to be the tool that maximises added value for your clients. Keeping them happy for longer will make your balance sheet grow.
Choose the Right Energy Management Software: Ultimate Decision Guide
To help you find and implement the EMS that best fits your project, we created a complete and free-to-download decision guide.
The guide to energy procurement covers key insights such as:
- Differences between BMS and SCADA technologies and how to integrate different intelligent buildings systems.
- How much does energy management software cost? The energy efficiency investment pyramid and The 10% Rule.
- Cloud vs. on-premise software – which is better for energy management?