How ENTOUCH Helps Retail and Banking Institutions with Energy Management

May 9, 2023
James Kent

 

Although organizations can’t control rising energy costs, they can control their overall energy spend. Retail and banking institutions rely on savings solutions to control brick and mortar operational expenses in an era of increasing online transactions. The cost of taking no action can cost a company thousands of dollars in potential savings. How does ENTOUCH save retail and banking institutions money on their energy costs?

Shana Santoni, Director of National Accounts for ENTOUCH, reveals several ways in which retail and banking institutions can save money through ENTOUCH energy management solutions.

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