ENTOUCH Helps Companies Looking for Capital Funding

August 10, 2021
James Kent


ENTOUCH recognizes capital funding for facility projects is often scarce or not even included in the operating budget. That’s why ENTOUCH offers a flexible financing structure that meets the unique needs of its customer’s facilities. Eric Denton, ENTOUCH CFO, outlined its customer-forward approach assisting with such funding needs.

Unlike a one-size-fits-all subscription or rigid financing plans, ENTOUCH partners with businesses to customize a financing solution that aligns with their specific capital funding requirements. The goal is to help companies achieve the lowest total ownership cost and maximize energy management’s financial benefits.

ENTOUCH customers have experienced impressive financial returns with an average five-year Return on Investment (ROI) of over 200% and a payback period of 18 months. In the past 12 months alone, ENTOUCH customers have collectively saved over $30 million across their portfolios. Those are the types of savings that ENTOUCH looks to extend to your business as well.

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