Top 5 Hidden Costs of
"Do It Yourself" Data Entry
If you manually collect, aggregate, normalize and enter utility data for the buildings you serve, chances are good you're falling victim to numerous hidden costs yourself.
You need utility data to identify, prioritize and propose energy savings solutions for your clients. But when you’re trying to drive revenue and hit your numbers, wasting costly engineering time on tedious administrative tasks is not an option. Still, many contractors are using high value resources to collect, aggregate, normalize and enter utility data for the buildings they maintain and service. And while some of these “soft costs” may not be immediately obvious, over time they cut into your profits and significantly hurt your bottom line.
This white paper discusses five of the biggest internal costs of “DIY” data entry, and outlines how data service solutions can help you maximize efficiency.