Alerton Simplifies Building Automation Systems for Multi-Site Enterprise Clients

Building automation system developer Alerton announced that its Global and National Accounts program will meet rigorous needs of customers deploying building control solutions across multiple sites around the country or around the globe.

08/06/2007


Building automation system developer Alerton, headquartered in Redmond, Wash., announced its Global and National Accounts program will meet rigorous needs of customers deploying building control solutions across multiple sites around the country or around the globe. The program provides enterprise clients one point of contact, ensuring standardized implementation, simplified procurement and coordination of on-going support and service—regardless of the distance between facilities.

Alerton’s program helps customers in the most economical way by mutually identifying all the costs of owning and operating a building automation system, and then ensuring these costs are well defined and designed in, rather than left to chance. This allows consistency and continuity in Alerton’s delivery mechanism that adheres to client-driven standards and task lists across a customer’s entire enterprise. With the well established, industry standard BACnet open protocol, customers can integrate legacy systems and install new Alerton systems wherever required, enjoying peace of mind knowing the result is a quality project backed by dependable, on-going support.

“Even if a customer’s next project is designed or constructed exactly the same as his or her prior buildings, every job is unique; for example, building codes may differ from one state to the next or from country to country,” said Les Netterstrom, Alerton’s global and national accounts leader. “The Global and National Accounts program leverages the efficiency of replication while customizing the building to meet site specific requirements.”





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