Now more than ever, budgets are being scrutinized in order for businesses to survive, and the need for businesses to maintain a safe workplace has never been more important. To support business needs to protect future budgets by continuing to make energy cost improvements, in a safe and responsible way, our Virtual Site Audit is being launched.

As part of Businesswise Solutions’ continued commitment to the business community, our Technology Board has reimagined the traditional site audit, migrating the entire client-energy expert interaction to an easy, friction-free digital process. The Virtual Site Audit had originally been planned for launch later in the year but COVID19 brought the need for this solution forward.

Businesswise’s Head of Energy Projects, Andrew Bardsley said:

“The Virtual Site Audit allows us to continue to provide value to clients, identifying areas where they can increase their energy efficiency and in doing so reduce their energy costs. Something which is vital to many businesses right now and by making the entire process digital we eliminate any risk of infection to our clients and to our engineers.”

Frazer Durris, Businesswise Solutions CEO added:

“It’s fantastic to see us as a business continue to embrace technology in order to deliver value to clients during these uncertain times. Our Virtual Site Audit is just one of the new offerings we are launching to support businesses through COVID19 and beyond.” 

Virtual Site Audits are available to clients now, for more information on the process download the Virtual Site Audit infosheet

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