MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Verisae, a leading global provider of maintenance, energy, and environmental solutions, has been listed as a leader in the “Green Quadrant® Energy Management Software 2011” report by Verdantix.
Verdantix analyzed enterprise energy management software providers and compared 15 global suppliers based on capabilities and market momentum. The factors that differentiate Verisae from the other suppliers are strong monitoring and targeting capabilities, proven integration capabilities across multiple energy domains, domain-specific energy management credentials, an established enterprise-scale customer base, and strong momentum.
“Verisae has conquered the market for energy management in the grocery retail market by offering granular solutions for industry-specific operational assets such as refrigeration units as well as scoring highly for other core areas such as integration with building electricity meters,” says David Metcalfe, Verdantix CEO. “Verisae’s impressive range of more than 60 blue-chip customers includes retails titans Costco, Sainsbury’s, Target, Tesco, and Walmart. Verisae has achieved unparalleled levels of integration and real-time energy data tracking in the grocery retail sector.”
Verisae has also proven the value of its solution in other markets including manufacturing and academic campuses with its clients ThyssenKrupp Elevator USA, St. Paul Academy, and the Petroleum Institute.
Verisae has strong scores on the green quadrant for its product strategy, customer momentum, implementation and value, organizational resources, financial resources, and partnerships. The report underscores Verisae’s market leading capabilities with the highest scores for energy data capture from commercial buildings and energy asset management capabilities. Also noted were Verisae’s strong master data management, workflow and task management, security, internationalization, utility bill management, energy monitoring and targeting, carbon reporting, and energy reporting capabilities.
“Verisae’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform continues to gain independent analyst and customer recognition globally,” says Jerry Dolinsky, CEO of Verisae. “Our energy management products, including our recently launched ‘Apollo,’ help companies cut facility management costs significantly and improve their overall corporate efficiency so they can grow more sustainable and profitable as a business.”
“Apollo” was discussed specifically by Metcalfe in the “Green Quadrant® Energy Management Software 2011” report.
“Verisae’s Apollo module provides best-in-class functionality that allows customers to define rules that create ‘flagged condition’ alerts, such as refrigeration leaks, and set up automated responses with asset level control,” says Metcalfe.
Verisae’s sustainability platform ties energy, asset, and environmental data together so that organizations can manage the full range of their operations. When energy and asset data are correlated, operations can be managed in real-time and results can be extrapolated to determine the true business impact.
Verisae (http://www.verisae.com/pr) helps measure, manage and reduce equipment and energy costs including the related business and environmental impacts of carbon emissions. The Sustainability Resource Planning (“SRP”) platform improves operational efficiency, protects brand integrity, and helps ensure regulatory compliance for distributed enterprises across many industries. Verisae delivers a broad range of sustainability solutions to over 60 clients globally with more than 70,000 daily users including a network of more than 8,000 third-party suppliers. Verisae’s integrated sustainability platform actively tracks over 2.5 million assets across more than 21,000 sites worldwide.