BOSTON, June 02, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- EnerNOC, Inc. (Nasdaq:ENOC), a leading provider of energy intelligence software (EIS) and demand response solutions, announced today that Canadian food retailer Longo Brothers Fruit Markets (Longo’s), has purchased EnerNOC’s EIS to create more accurate budgets, prioritize investment in energy-related projects, and increase overall employee productivity through improved communication and reporting. Longo’s will deploy EIS across its entire 31-store portfolio, located in the greater Toronto area, giving executives a true view into operational efficiency across the company.
“In our business, gains in employee productivity and operational efficiency translate directly into positive financial impact,” said Dave Mastroieni, Vice President of Central Procurement and Facility Management at Longo’s. “EnerNOC’s energy intelligence software gives us the visibility we need to connect energy usage to costs so we can budget more accurately, allocate resources against the highest impact improvements, and save time.”
EnerNOC’s software will enable site- and portfolio-level benchmarking, allowing Longo’s to more accurately understand, forecast, and verify the true return on investment (ROI) of energy-related projects. EnerNOC centralizes energy data into a single platform, giving all employees, from headquarters to individual stores, access to relevant, actionable information that helps improve overall operational efficiency.
“Companies like Longo’s need to operate as efficiently as possible, which means managing energy like they would any other significant expense category. EnerNOC’s EIS is the energy decision support system that allows businesses to increase their competitive edge by ensuring energy management starts at the corporate level, creating accountability from the C-suite to the individual facility manager,” said Eric Erston, Senior Vice President of Global Sales at EnerNOC.
To learn more about the challenges EnerNOC’s energy intelligence software solves for businesses, go to: https://www.enernoc.com/products/businesses/capabilities.
EnerNOC is a leading provider of energy intelligence software (EIS) and demand response solutions. With capabilities to better address budgets and procurement, utility bill management, facility analysis and optimization, sustainability and reporting, project tracking, and demand management, EnerNOC's SaaS platform helps enterprises control energy costs, mitigate risk, and streamline compliance and sustainability reporting. EnerNOC also offers access to more demand response programs worldwide than any other provider, offering enterprises a valuable payment stream to further enhance bottom line results and utilities and grid operators a reliable, cost-effective demand-side resource. For more information, visit www.enernoc.com.
A family-owned organization, Longo’s first opened its doors in Toronto in 1956 and now boasts 29 stores across the GTA including 5 small format “The Market” by Longo’s. Grocery Gateway, the leader in online sales of home delivered groceries, is owned and operated by Longo Brothers Fruit Market Inc. since 2004. Inspired by their Founders and their commitment to a Fresh Tradition, the Longo’s team hand selects fresh produce for its stores six days a week. Longo’s food experts are dedicated to exceeding customer expectations by offering the best food experience and a great value to every customer, every time by providing Fresh & Unique Offerings, Everyday Foods & Groceries, Services for Ease, Education and Ideas.
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