Intuitive Business Intelligence announced that they have been shortlisted as a finalist in three categories at this year’s Green IT Awards.
The software author is one of six companies shortlisted for Document Management Product of the Year, one of nine companies shortlisted for One to Watch Product and one of five companies shortlisted for Green IT magazine’s Best Newcomer. The winners will be announced at a prestigious awards ceremony taking place at London Zoo on 19 April.
Now in their third year, the Green IT Awards showcase and reward the technology as well as the companies and organisations that have made significant contributions to improving the IT industry's environmental performance.
Intuitive Dashboards was developed to enable organisations to drastically minimise their environmental impact by providing an online-based reporting tool to replace the vast quantities of paper-based printed reporting. The solution empowers users with a single, consolidated, real-time view of critical business information, presented in a highly visual and easy-to-understand format, combined with proactive alerts to potential shortfalls in performance against the client’s most important metrics and KPIs. Intuitive Dashboards seamlessly integrates with a myriad of systems that already exist within the organisation, allowing users to instantly monitor and manage costs, energy utilisation, recycling and carbon emissions.
Current users of Intuitive Dashboards include Harper Adams University College, who use the software to monitor numerous systems including energy production from an anaerobic digester plant, energy utilisation by room, PC and printer usage, carbon footprint and recycling targets.
Tony Bray, Managing Director of Intuitive Business Intelligence says, “We are extremely proud to have been shortlisted in this year’s Green IT Awards. To be shortlisted in three categories highlights our commitment to assisting businesses in meeting their green targets, while improving overall efficiency and enhancing business performance."