Goby’s SeaSuite Chosen by Brandywine Realty Trust to Manage Building Data and Sustainability Reporting
CHICAGO and RADNOR, Pa., Feb. 18, 2016—Goby is pleased to announce that Brandywine Realty Trust has selected Goby’s SeaSuite, a cloud based sustainability and building data management platform, to capture, track, and report on portfolio wide sustainability data.
The SeaSuite real estate cloud offers a sustainability management solution as a method to meet disclosure requirements for energy, water and waste consumption, along with identifying opportunities for energy efficiency improvements. Data automation direct from utilities allows for cost effectively capturing, socializing, and visualizing building data in order to reduce owners’ and operators’ costs and improve the performance of their buildings.
“In selecting the SeaSuite platform, we were able to streamline operations and reduce from 4 systems into one platform. We will continue to standardize and break down silos of data, reducing costs and adding to our operational understanding of the portfolio,” said Christopher Hartsfield, Director of Operations, Brandywine Realty Trust.
“Brandywine continues to show why they are market leading in sustainability and operational efficiency through their willingness to adapt and implement industry leading platforms and technologies,” said Helee Lev, EVP, Goby.
Goby’s SeaSuite platform enables users to have access to an entire catalog of organized data backed by a team of sustainability experts, saving users the time and cost associated with managing an entire portfolio of building data spread across multiple systems.
About Goby Inc.
Goby is the recognized North American leader in enabling Better Run Buildings. In addition to leading the industry in ENERGY STAR benchmarks and GRESB reporting, Goby’s award winning SeaSuite Software as a Service platform captures and distills multiple data sources into simple, contextualized dashboards, tasks, and reports to cost-effectively monitor, optimize, report, and track whole-building energy and sustainability performance. Goby recently closed a $5 Million series A round of financing led by Toronto based Greensoil Investments.