Jon Bolen, Chief Operating Officer for the company, said, “Today, our EnTouch 360 full suite of applications and services support over 4,000 sites for some of the country’s largest restaurateurs, retailers and commercial multi-site operators.”
“With the introduction of our family of enterprise and facility-class gateways, our valued customers can now leverage prior investments in existing legacy equipment while experiencing the full benefit of EnTouch’s remote monitoring and rich analytic capabilities.”
The firm will be using Intel IoT technology to enhance its existing solution EnTouch 360. It offers energy management intelligence solution along with energy analysis and prompt resolution. It simplifies the work of facility management team while it delivers savings to the enterprise’s bottom line.
The products which the firm delivers will be using Intel IoT technology in two primary Gateway solutions:
- Enterprise Class Gateway: It is designed for a centralized, wide-area takeover of existing IP-based infrastructure.
- Facilities Class Gateway: It is more simplified and affordable as it will provide the connectivity to the cloud and physical layer requirements of legacy localized controls.
Greg Fasullo, Chief Executive Officer for EnTouch stated that the company has pioneered energy management as a service by leveraging its own patented controls technology with other rich feature set. “These new solutions will further expand our value proposition to multi-site operators who are hungry for the rich experience EnTouch platform delivers without investing significant new capital to replace existing legacy infrastructure. This is just one more example of our tireless pursuit of providing ongoing benefit for our valued customers,” Fasullo said.