As a decision maker at your business, you are always looking for ways to increase your profit margin. This can be accomplished in one of two ways: increase your selling price, or reduce your operating costs.
As you can imagine, most customers don’t respond well to price increases, which is why many companies choose the latter option – reducing their operating costs. This can lead to decisions which negatively impact their employees or their finished product, such as downsizing or switching to low-quality materials in their manufacturing process.
What if we were to tell you that you can reduce your operating costs and improve your profit margin without any negative side effects, and help save the environment while doing so? Sounds like a cheesy infomercial, right? Well, it isn’t, and all of these things are possible through the use of submetering.
If you are not aware, submetering uses a system of power monitoring devices to track your company’s electricity consumption. These interconnected sensors can display data in real time, helping you monitor and manage how much energy your business uses.
With this information, you can identify electrical inefficiencies and develop energy-savings programs to help reduce your carbon footprint. Once these programs are fully implemented, you can continue to use the submeters to track your efforts and make improvements.
Even better, the power quality analyzers from Electro Industries ensure that you are receiving a steady stream of reliable power, and will instantly send you an email alert if something is wrong. This will help you reduce your downtime, further improving your business.
Interested in learning more, or getting started with submetering for your business? Give the experts at Electro Industries a call at (866) 928-7908. We have been manufacturing world-class power monitoring systems for over 40 years, installing hundreds of thousands of our meters in every corner of the globe. Visit our website to learn about our products, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.orgNovember 6, 2015