Norland is a leading provider of facilities maintenance and support services in the built environment for property owners such as Sky broadcasting and the British Museum. Norland, who recently featured in the UK’s Sunday Times Top Track 250, will use CloudApps Carbon to deliver energy savings and proactive monitoring of carbon emissions for its customers. The partnership has already delivered an implementation for the UK operations of one of the world’s largest technology companies.
Gary Perry, Director of Sustainability, Energy & Projects of Norland, said: “Our services, ranging from maintenance to relocation, produce valuable cost-efficiencies across buildings and estates. This allows customers to focus on their core strengths. The effective management of energy is a large component of facilities costs and is also subject to complex regulation. For this reason we were looking for a comprehensive solution that we could provide to our customers. CloudApps gives us a distinct competitive advantage, as we can now guide our customers as to how they can reduce costs and increase transparency around regulatory compliance.”
“Norland plays a key role in the upkeep of several of UK’s most prestigious venues.” said Simon Wheeldon, CEO of CloudApps. “Property owners trust its expertise to safeguard and maintain their facilities, the assets within them and to enhance the experience of their workforce. We share Norland’s view that carbon management fits well within this extensive portfolio. It is an honour to be trusted by Norland to provide the carbon management component of its first class services offering.”
CloudApps Carbon is built on the award winning Force.com platform, from cloud computing leader salesforce.com and is offered on a subscription basis that dramatically reduces the cost of ownership. CloudApps offers potential enterprise customers the chance to trial the CloudApps Carbon application free and without the need for any software or hardware installation for thirty days, here.