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Case Study: National retailer transformed portfolio with updated building controls
Taking a proactive approach to updating building systems and controls proved effective for lowering operating and maintenance costs, while increasing control of the retailer’s own data.
A national retailer sought out a smart building controls solutions provider capable of solving for an aging building controls system throughout 800 store locations. With an outdated proprietary system, this retailer knew they were losing money due to operational inefficiencies. They wanted to take a proactive approach to updating building systems and controls to help lower operating and maintenance costs, while increasing control of their own data.
During this webinar, you will learn:
- WHY you upgrade building controls and systems to meet operational and energy goals
- HOW a national retailer scaled the solution across their portfolio
- WHAT were the immediate savings recognized by the retailer
- FUND your projects through an Efficiency as a Service (EaaS) model to realize an immediate return on your investment.
Aakash Chandarana, GM, IoT Solutions + Smart Building Controls, EMC
Aakash Chandarana leads product development and delivery capabilities, helping customers realize the value of their existing investments and understand, navigate and implement smart building and IoT technologies. Previously, Chandarana was Vice President of Commercial and Industrial Customer Solutions at Xcel Energy where he was responsible for developing, implementing and managing products and services, including energy efficiency initiatives for medium to large business customers.
Derek Johnson, Vice President of Project Excellence, EMC
Derek Johnson leads the operational and project management teams at EMC. With a solid background in the lighting industry, Derek brings extensive customer experience, new business development and sales experience to EMC and holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management, in bio-based management and marketing.