EnergyPrint, a national provider of utility data management and measurement services, has been recognized by the Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA) as a finalist in the Analytics category for the 2017 Tekne Awards. Held at the Minneapolis Convention Center Nov. 15., the Tekne Awards honor Minnesota companies and individuals who have shown superior technology innovation and leadership. EnergyPrint has been named a Tekne Award finalist for the past two consecutive years.
In the Analytics category, which honors innovative applications for turning data-driven insights into improved business processes, EnergyPrint was recognized for its new Insights Architect(SM) platform developed in 2017. Insights Architect is a powerful business intelligence and data visualization service that puts mass personalization and analytical reporting of the company’s proprietary database at their clients’ fingertips.
“We continue to innovate and develop new products based on the needs of our clients,” said Ben Herkenhoff, product management director at EnergyPrint. “Insights Architect is one of the only solutions currently available within our market that eliminates manual reporting and makes complex analytics consistent, powerful and easily repeatable.”
Presented by the MHTA, the Tekne Awards annually recognize Minnesota’s best and brightest technology users and developers in innovation, development, education, commercialization and management. A full list of finalists is available online at http://www.tekneawards.org.
“Each year, MHTA seeks out companies and people leading the way in innovation in Minnesota,” said Margaret Anderson Kelliher, president and CEO of MHTA. “These advancements are changing the way people all over the world live and work, and the Tekne Awards recognize those achievements.”
“EnergyPrint believes in delivering accurate, meaningful data and unique business insights to guide smart decision-making about building performance,” said EnergyPrint CEO Priscilla Koeckeritz. “Our clients value us because we help them re-purpose high-value engineering and sales resources, so they can spend more time developing solutions to improve buildings while letting us do the data collection and reporting.”