Mark Williams, Vice President of Sales

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How Houston Methodist Achieved Greater Resiliency and Compliance with an IoT Platform

Posted by Mark Williams, Vice President of Sales on Jun 28, 2016 10:06:17 AM

Houston Methodist is one of the largest hospital systems in the world. They employ leading specialists in a variety of medical fields and are considered one of the most successful teaching hospitals in the U.S. Additionally, Houston Methodist contains some of the newest technology for life-science research.

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Topics: Energy Management, Resiliency, Internet of Things

5 Disruptive Trends Impacting Facility and Energy Management in 2016 - Trend #5

Posted by Mark Williams, Vice President of Sales on Jun 1, 2016 3:30:00 PM

 

In this final in a five-part series exploring the disruptive trends impacting facility and energy management, we look to 2016 and beyond. We will explore how the elements of the first four posts come together to create an open collaboration between facilities, energy service providers and solutions providers, in order to achieve resiliency, efficiency and self-sufficiency.

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Topics: Energy Management, Internet of Things, Behind-the-meter connectivity

5 Disruptive Trends Impacting Facility and Energy Management in 2016 - Trend #4

Posted by Mark Williams, Vice President of Sales on May 26, 2016 3:30:00 PM

 

In this fourth installment of our a five-part series exploring the disruptive trends impacting facility and energy management in 2016, we will take you beyond what companies can do with their connected assets, and explore what connected assets can do for them.

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Topics: Energy Management, Distributed Generation, Internet of Things, Behind-the-meter connectivity

5 Disruptive Trends Impacting Facility and Energy Management in 2016 - Trend #3

Posted by Mark Williams, Vice President of Sales on May 24, 2016 3:30:00 PM

 

In the first and second posts in this series, we reviewed how disruptive technologies are making it possible for facility and energy managers to connect to, and collect and control data from, energy assets. In this third installment of the five-part series, we take a step back and examine another disruptive trend that allows facility and energy managers to take a new level of energy control to their organization.

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Topics: Centralized Facility Management, Internet of Things, Behind-the-meter connectivity

5 Disruptive Trends Impacting Facility and Energy Management in 2016 - Trend #2

Posted by Mark Williams, Vice President of Sales on May 19, 2016 3:30:00 PM

 

In the first of this five-part series, we explored how a facility’s ability to connect to energy assets has evolved. In this second post of the series exploring disruptive trends in 2016, we now take a deeper look at unleashing the power of energy management data through a cutting-edge connectivity platform that is open to all energy assets at the connectivity layer and third-party energy management software through an open Application Programming Interface (API).

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Topics: Internet of Things, Behing-the-Meter Connectivity

5 Disruptive Trends Impacting Facility and Energy Management in 2016

Posted by Mark Williams, Vice President of Sales on May 17, 2016 3:30:00 PM



Disruption often conjures images of something going wrong, but by its very definition, to disrupt is to interrupt the normal activity of something. Much of our approach to modern life has been achieved through disruptive changes in how we do everything, from talking on the phone to shopping and even to ordering a taxi cab. Companies like Apple, Amazon, and Uber often come to mind as disruptors that have dramatically changed our daily lives, but disruptive approaches in business operations are also yielding significant benefits.

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Topics: Energy Management, Internet of Things