Today, ICONICS, Inc. proudly announced it has won the 2012 Microsoft Sustainability Partner of the Year Award. The company was honored among a global field of over 3000 top Microsoft partners for demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of solutions based on Microsoft technology, that help organizations around the world reduce their impact on the environment and reduce their energy costs.
“For its commitment to helping customers increase the energy-efficiency of their operations, ICONICS, Inc. is recognized by Microsoft as the 2012 Sustainability Partner of the Year,” said Rob Bernard, chief environmental strategist for Microsoft. “By using the Microsoft technology platform to harness the power of real-time data from manufacturing and facility operations, ICONICS has achieved outstanding results in driving customer sustainability efforts and reducing energy costs across multiple industries.”
The Microsoft Partner Awards recognize Microsoft partners who have developed and delivered exceptional Microsoft-based solutions throughout the past year.
ICONICS is a leading independent software supplier and Microsoft Gold Certified Partner of award-winning, HMI/SCADA, energy management, manufacturing intelligence, MES and building automation solutions, with over 250,000 installations in over 60 countries worldwide. ICONICS software is recommended for automating, monitoring and optimizing a customer’s most critical assets and processes and has been selected by over 70% of Fortune 500 companies.
Energy AnalytiX™ is an energy management and sustainability solution that enhances the users understanding of their KPI’s and goals related to budget, energy and carbon emissions. Rich visualization dashboards are delivered to any user, anywhere and at any time, via desktop, web browser, or smart phone utilizing Microsoft Silverlight or Microsoft SharePoint 2010.
Facility AnalytiX™ is a predictive equipment diagnostic solution that uses an advanced Fault Detection and Diagnostics technology. It incorporates algorithms which weigh the probability of faults and advice management, operators and maintenance personnel of actions to prevent equipment failure or excessive use of energy.