We’re pleased to have been shortlisted for the first annual 100 SmartTech Innovators award for our Energy-Management-as-a-Service Powered by Businesswise Solutions™ (EMaaS) solution.
Our EMaaS solution uses the latest energy sensor technology, real-time data and the Internet of Things (IoT) to improve visibility of energy data, draw meaningful insight and eliminate energy waste.
170 tech firms have been nominated for potential inclusion in this nationwide award run by tech publication BusinessCloud Media, which will rank the ground-breaking companies harnessing data and sensor technology to power business and smart cities.
The general public can vote for the country’s most innovative smart technology company before 11pm on Wednesday 29th January by visiting this page.
A panel of independent judges will also select their top companies from the shortlist, with the final 100 ranking decided by a combination of the judges’ rankings and public vote.
The judging panel includes:
- Teodora Kaneva, programme manager – SmarterUK, techUK
- Jon Corner, MD, The Landing
- Stuart Lynn, TechNorthEast founder and former CTO at Sage
- Dr Joanne Phoenix, interim executive director, Sensor City
- Chris Hill, sales director, Huawei Enterprise
- Carly Gulliver, managing associate, Addleshaw Goddard LLP
- Jonathan Symcox, editor, BusinessCloud
The final 100 SmartTech Innovators will be announced on Monday March 9th on the BusinessCloud website. The aim is to shine a light on the companies of all sizes who are doing amazing things the with technology.
You can vote for us here!
To learn more about our EMaaS solution watch this video.
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