UtilityTRX is most advantageous to customers with numerous billed meters or data points, where keeping an eye on them can be a challenge. The following customers receive the most value from the UtilityTRX solutions.
Campus-style operations such as higher education, healthcare, industrial and government
Multi-site operations such as big-box retailers, education and corporate customers with scattered locations
Service Providers such as those seeking to increase sales and add value to their services or products
Energy or Financial Managers seeking a second look (behind internal staff) at their rates or building operations
The value offerings to these organizations is a dashboard in the truest sense of the word that delivers business processes and streamlines analytics. UtilityTRX also features one-of-a-kind analytics solutions that enable these types of customers to quickly dig into real-time data detail (internet of things or IoT). Under the White Label offering, service providers can benefit from a dashboard with far richer capabilities that are delivered at a fraction of the cost of developing and continuing to maintain software internally.
SAMPLING OF CUSTOMERS
Usource partners with UtilityTRX to deliver its white label energy reporting system, InSight. It is an invaluable tool for our clients, helping us provide analytics to assist with identifying areas of energy inefficiency, finding and correcting billing errors, and budget reporting. UtilityTRX’s reporting tool allows us to differentiate our level of service as a strategic energy advisor. They have been a true business partner, always providing fast and complete customer service. Scott MacDonald, Managing Director, Usource.
"Prior to UtilityTRX, it took us 3 days out of the month to hand enter the bill data [in Excel] and review it. Now we're up and running in less than an hour and reviewing audit cases. When we feel like we really have an issue, we send our technician out to see if we have a problem. Some our irrigation meters are quite large and we send them out on those items."
Barry Crumrine, City of Huntsville