Utility monitoring company launches new product for utility bill data collection, offers free trial

August 12, 2015  


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UtilityMVP is a software platform launched by EnterScape™ that brings in client bill data from any utility in the world and converts it into a visual format to communicate the client's utility consumption. EnterScape is offering a free trial of the software. (EnterScape image)
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JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. - Managers of large commercial or industrial facilities that receive several utility bills each month, or are billed higher utility rates during peak demand time, could make better decisions and save money using recently launched software.

EnterScape™, a single point source for industrial energy and enterprise monitoring services, has launched UtilityMVP, a software platform designed to bring in client bill data from any utility in the world.

Mark Raisor, chief operating officer, said UtilityMVP addresses the challenge of manually inputting utility bill information for energy tracking and sustainability goals, which he said is a time-consuming practice.

"Utility bills are notoriously late working their way through the system and finally into the hands of energy managers," he said. "It can take hundreds of employee hours across a large corporation each month to input this data."

Raisor said UtilityMVP benefits the user in several ways.

"It allows the input of historical and current utility bill information automatically with no manual entry," he said. "It provides more real-time data than traditional utility bills, showing 15-minute interval trends for large users. It also converts the data into a visual format that clearly communicates the overall health of the client with regard to utility consumption and will forecast future demands."

Raisor said there are similar products on the market, but UtilityMVP is the only one that integrates with EnterScape's submetering system.

"Our system truly is a turnkey solution: it gathers utility information and submeters individual pieces of equipment," he said. "It also takes an active role in management, rather than just reporting results, by making real-time dashboards and triggering instantaneous email and text alerts to help clients take actions to support their goals."

Raisor said EnterScape is offering a free trial of the software through app.utilitymvp.com/signup.

"Once they have entered our fully secure site, users will be asked to provide some basic utility information," he said. "The data will be backed up on servers that are owned and managed by EnterScape at a secure data center in Louisville."

UtilityMVP was built by igNew, a Louisville-based software developer. EnterScape is an affiliate of the Purdue Research Park of Southeast Indiana in New Albany.

About EnterScape

EnterScape™ is a single point source for industrial utility (energy) and enterprise (process) monitoring services, utilizing wireless data acquisition equipment and EnterScape's™ proprietary data management software, UtilityRecon®. EnterScape™ can assist your enterprise with all aspects of monitoring, including: system design, equipment sales, installation, data hosting/reporting, and ongoing support services. Our advanced Internet-based software solutions, UtilityRecon® and UtilityMVP, are both intuitive and versatile, providing you with the maximum value from your utility and enterprise data. 

Purdue Research Park contact: Steve Martin, 765-588-3342, sgmartin@prf.org 

Source: Mark Raisor, 812-725-2864, mraisor@enterscape.com 

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