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Boston-based EnerNOC Inc. has announced the latest updates to its demand response software platform. The new release internationalizes the platform for non-English-speaking countries and implements single sign-on (SSO).

EnerNOC says internationalizing its demand response application, dispatch notifications and internal tools required to enable new sites increases the company's ability to compete for larger customer opportunities outside of English-speaking areas. The company says the addition of SSO allows its technology to provide a consistent and seamless experience for commercial, industrial and institutional customers.



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