TEAM Sigma Software is everything you need to monitor and manage your energy use.
Our sophisticated software for energy management allows you to manage energy data from any number of energy suppliers across multiple sites.
Developed in-house, TEAM’s Sigma Software is a modular system which gives you the option to select the right modules for your organisation.
TEAM Sigma Software can support your Energy Management and Sustainability objectives by automated utility bill processing, automatically identifying potential areas of waste and inefficiency enabling target setting and reporting for capital expenditure and preventative maintenance.
TEAM Sigma Software can also support with UK Energy Legislation and Compliance.
Have you considered outsourcing your bill validation and cost recovery service in order to save time, and focus on energy saving projects? Find out about our Energy Bureau Services.
Looking for a fully encompassing energy management service? Visit our Energy Management Consultancy Services pages to find out more.
TEAM Sigma Software is the most advanced Monitoring and Targeting software suite available helping hundreds of organisations reduce energy and carbon, meet cost reduction targets and comply with legislation at thousands of sites. This intelligent Energy Management System allows you to collate and analyse energy data from all your sources in one system.
TEAM Sigma Software will support you by:
TEAM Sigma Software Functionality includes:
Sigma can use a wide variety of data sources, from utility invoices (both electronic and manually entered) to manual meter reads and high frequency data, i.e. half hourly data from over 50 different sources including utility suppliers, data collectors, BEMS and data loggers.
Database features include:
The data is organised in an easy to manage tree view allowing you to replicate your organisational structure.
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We use it as a monitoring tool as you can pull off reports and energy consumption. We want to see what’s being used and where.