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s the advancement of technology becomes a way of life, the hardest challenge faced by organisations

is keeping a track of their energy usage and wastage. Energy sustainability, therefore, is no longer a want, but an inevitable need.” This is the mantra by which EcoEnergy Insights targets positive change for its clients. Formerly part of IT services group WiPro, the company was recently acquired by UTC Climate, Controls & Security (in March 2017). With a history of innovation around connecting non-IT devices, EcoEnergy focuses on collecting, 54

analysing and managing data in ways that can reap benefits for its clients across myriad sectors including healthcare, automotive and building infrastructure. Syed Mansoor Ahmad, Vice President and Global Business Head of EcoEnergy Insights, believes the company is well placed to help manage the buildings of the future but that getting there will be a journey towards developing greater interconnectivity. “If a company has one large campus, they can utilise own resources and home manage things. But if you are a distributed customer with a large enterprise footprint of hundreds of thousands… then it’s a challenge that can only be solved by interconnecting these facilities, getting the data to a central environment and running MARCH 2019

Profile for Energy Digital

CSO Magazine March 2019  

CSO Magazine March 2019