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EnerNOC Inc. has enhanced its EfficiencySMART Insight platform to include a new "executive dashboard" that gives users an at-a-glance overview of an organization's energy use mapped against budgetary and other business goals.

The new dashboard includes features such as customizable widgets that reflect specific management goals, and visual displays for presentations to executives and other stakeholders. The tool also offers the capability to map energy use to carbon-reduction goals and the ability to leverage five-minute interval data to monitor daily energy usage and forecast future consumption.

In addition to the launch of the executive dashboard, other updates to EfficiencySMART Insight include enhanced weather data features, an expanded reporting library and additional support for industrial customers, including expanded support or production data.

"By providing a single system of record where business decision-makers stay informed about how their organization is performing against energy management goals, while operations and facilities teams access robust tools to better manage day-to-day activities, EnerNOC is helping to promote organizational alignment around a key driver of financial performance," says Tim Healy, chairman and CEO of EnerNOC.


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