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We’re excited to announce that Enerliance has been acquired by Yardi

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Our mission is to improve comfort and efficiency and enable fully automated demand response in large buildings. Our LOBOS software does exactly that.

Since 1984, Yardi has been developing innovative real estate software solutions. Today, they’re one of the most trusted names in real estate management software, with over 3,000 employees in over 30 offices worldwide.

No one is better positioned than Yardi to help Enerliance and LOBOS reach a wider audience.

As excited as we are about the future, we wanted to take a moment to look at the past. Just a few years ago, Enerliance was a name that many people in our industry had never heard. Today, LOBOS systems are optimizing more than 50 million square feet of real estate across the country.

None of this would have been possible without the support of people like you. People who took a chance on a young company, and gave us the opportunity to prove we could deliver on our promises.

Thank you for that opportunity.

The Enerliance team will be staying put at our current headquarters in Orange County California. Our customers and partners can expect the same great support and innovation we’ve delivered in the past, along with the added benefits of being part of the Yardi family.

We look forward to continuing to work with you for years to come.

Our Sincerest Thanks from the entire Enerliance team,

Ray Pustinger, President

Scot Duncan, Founder/CEO 

Bob Johnson, Founder/EVP 

Read the press release.

Enerliance in CIO Magazine’s 2013 Top 20 For Utilities Technology

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

According to Wikipedia, a CIO or Chief Information Officer has become, for many organizations, one of “the key contributor[s] in formulating strategic goals for an organization.” Sounds like a pretty influential position. If accurate, then it stands to reason that being recognized by award-winning CIO magazine (which happens to be one of the most highly regarded publications in the information technology industry) is a pretty big deal.

Well guess what, after reviewing hundreds of solutions providers and consulting companies, CIO magazine included Enerliance on their list of 2013 Most Promising Utilities Solutions Providers. The list, which was featured in CIO’s December 2013 issue, also includes the Open ADR Alliance and industry leaders such as Opower and Ameresco.

We’re pretty happy about this, and here’s why:

At Enerliance, we know that LOBOS is a game-changing technology—we’re devoted to seeing it installed in every compatible building nationwide. But if the rest of the energy industry isn’t aware of what LOBOS can do, our efforts are rendered moot. And while we have no problem letting our industry peers know all about our successes, being recognized by a national magazine is validating in a way that simply cannot be quantified.

Not only does this kind of recognition help build awareness due to CIO magazine’s reach, we’re also gaining some serious street cred, because we didn’t pull any advertising or PR tricks to make our way onto this list. LOBOS earned its spot in CIO’s top 20. On its own merit.

So thank you CIO magazine for compiling this list, and thank you for putting us on it. We know there’s a great deal of work to be done in creating sustainable methods of energy use and delivery, but it’s nice to be recognized for how we as an industry are getting it right.



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