Phoenix Energy Technologies, a strategic partner and leading provider of Enterprise Energy Management software and services has been named as a finalist in the Enterprise Software Category of the
EnterpriseDX® a software-based energy monitoring platform, is the core of the Phoenix Energy Technologies solution. The IP-based connectivity solution securely connects to all of its customer's locations, by integrating with existing building management systems, over a single web application (without having to install additional hardware), facilitating enterprise wide data capture for existing hardware systems regardless of manufacturer.
"We are honored to have been selected as a finalist in this year's awards," said
"We received many outstanding nominations this year, from companies all over
Now in its 21st year, the High-Tech Innovation Awards is
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About Phoenix Energy Technologies
Phoenix Energy Technologies is a strategic partner and leading provider of Enterprise Energy Management software and services in the retail sector. With a proven process to enable greater visibility, produce actionable information, and achieve optimized building performance, PhoenixET provides a 360° solution to reduce energy consumption and costs. For more information, visit http://www.phoenixet.com.
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