GridPoint Charges Up By Collaborating Quatrro to Expand Channel...

GridPoint Charges Up By Collaborating Quatrro to Expand Channel Partner Program

By Energy CIO Insights | Friday, November 30, 2018

ARLINGTON, VA: GridPoint, a provider of energy management and sustainability solutions for enterprises, government agencies and utilities has announced its partnership with Quatrro, a pre-eminent in providing cloud based business support.

GridPoint provides data-driven EMS combines power of real-time data collection, big data analytics and cloud computing to maximize energy savings, operational efficiency, capital utilization and sustainability benefits. Collaborating with it is Quatrro a global services company offering business and knowledge processing services to organizations seeking higher operational effectiveness, greater flexibility and lower operating costs.

The partnership intensely focuses on serving the needs of its clients with technology, expert knowledge services while leveraging the overall resources of Quatrro’s operational excellence, global infrastructure and capital.

“Quatrro will be a very strong addition to GridPoint’s expanding Referral Partner Program,” says Mark Danzenbaker, Senior Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Product Management at GridPoint. “Financial leaders need greater visibility into past and expected energy costs. We are excited to expand our market reach in support of Quatrro’s customer base enabling their decision makers to take control of energy consumption and achieve energy and operational saving goals.

According to reports, this partnership will help in saving 30 percent energy and it can generate 18-36 month payback. But as energy bills continue to up rise, customers feel challenged to reduce their energy costs to mitigate risks and use real data to evaluate energy efficiency investment. This pitch in will be helpful to introduce a cost-effective energy management solution to the customers and thereby help control their energy expenditures while also working to lower operational costs.

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