VP of Business Development, Josh Desmond shares, "We look forward to continue working on building efficiency projects and collaborating with these other like-minded companies to increase efficiency in the construction technology industry."
FREDERICK, Md. (PRWEB) January 29, 2020
Datakwip, a building analytics software company in Frederick, Maryland, was internationally recognized in CEMEX Ventures top 50 most promising start-up companies working in construction technology.
CEMEX Ventures, Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and Tracxn recently announced their list of the 50 most promising startups working in the construction industry. The 50 start-up companies were internationally selected for their potential in solving the challenges faced in the construction technology industry today. Datakwip was highlighted as a leader in project and jobsite management for their work in reducing energy consumption in the commercial building space. This prestigious recognition further establishes Datakwip as a highly investable company and confirms the substantial impact Datakwip is making in the built environment.
Statement from Datakwip VP of Business Development, Josh Desmond, on the significance of this recognition: "We are honored to be recognized alongside such an innovative group of companies making an impact in the built environment. We look forward to continue working on building efficiency projects and collaborating with these other like-minded companies to increase efficiency in the construction technology industry."
Datakwip is an energy software platform that connects to a building's existing technology to detect and recommend no to low cost changes, saving facility owners and engineers an average of 15% in annual energy expense. Datakwip uses cloud-based technology, meaning there is no extra installation of hardware, to extract data from a building back into the platform. Datakwip has served the energy efficiency industry since 2015 and has its headquarters in Frederick, MD. For more information, visit http://www.datakwip.com.
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