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CRE Software Partner or Vendor? 5 Ways to Tell

This is a guest post from our partner Building Engines. Building Engines is a leading provider of facility operations software, providing tools for work order management, tenant communications, and equipment maintenance tracking. Learn more about Building Engines. Think about the last time you bought property management software. What triggered this need? A communication gap between you …

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Which Utility Monitoring Approach is Right for Your Portfolio?

With so many different strategies and solutions for utility monitoring on the market, it can be difficult to know which one makes the most sense for your portfolio. We’ve broken down three of the most commonly-encountered metering strategies to help you assess the best approach.  MAIN ELECTRIC MONITORING  The foundation of every energy monitoring strategy …

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Three Critical Questions to Ask When Evaluating Technology for Your Portfolio

As we talked about in our last blog post, portfolio data (i.e. data about how individual portfolio assets are operating and consuming energy) is the foundation for building a successful performance optimization program. But now that you have it, what do you do with all the building data you’ve collected, centralized and verified? Figuring out …

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Portfolio Data Management: How Does Your Strategy Stack Up?

For owners and operators, portfolio data (i.e. data about how individual portfolio assets are operating and consuming energy) is the foundation for taking advantage of competitive insights and improving performance. But what steps should you be taking to ensure you’re really getting the most from your portfolio’s data?

3 Keys to Cost-Effective Utility Budgeting

With good management, utilities are the main line items you can have an impact on to create savings for your operating budget. But simply going off the information in your paper bills is not enough. Your bills will not tell you when and what caused peak charges or if your consumption to demand ratio is normal for your building.

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