Energy management technology company, Businesswise Solutions has been recognised in a prestigious nationwide innovator award run by tech publication BusinessCloud Media.
From a combination of public voting and a panel of judges, Businesswise was ranked 45th, in the UK’s top 100 SmartTech Innovators, a huge achievement for the business. The announcement from BusinessCloud Media comes at a pivotal time for Businesswise as March marks the business’ 10th birthday and is expecting to make more exciting announcements later in the month.
The business was recognised for its innovative Energy Management as a Service Powered by Businesswise Solutions™ (EMaaS) solution, which combines real-time energy data and Internet of Things (IoT) technology to improve visibility of energy data and help businesses to identify and eliminate energy waste.
BusinessCloud editor Jonathan Symcox, who was among the judges, said:
“Our inaugural ranking highlights the amazing companies who are leading the drive to build a smarter world in which business can thrive. From connected infrastructure to enterprise software, energy tech and an array of artificial intelligence-based solutions, these firms – of all shapes and sizes – span the breadth of the UK.”
Businesswise CEO Frazer Durris said:
“It’s a great achievement for the business to be recognised in the SmartTech Top 100 UK Innovators List and to be placed at 45th in a nationwide technology ranking really shows how far our tech solutions have developed over the last couple of years.
Our EMaaS solution has the potential to change the way businesses manage their energy globally and is making a real impact on how our clients define, track and accelerate their energy goals, reducing cost, consumption and carbon.”
The complete SmartTech 100 list can be found here.
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