DEXCell Energy Manager
Wer nutzt diese Software?
DEXMA enables energy professionals such as ESCOs and facility managers to gain total visibility of energy consumption in real time across public facilities, corporate buildings, retail and industry.
Durchschnittliche Bewertung35 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.5 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.5 / 5
- Kundenservice 4.5 / 5
- Funktionen 4 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4 / 5
- Kostenlose Version Ja
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Support während der Geschäftszeiten
Angaben zum Hersteller
- Gegründet 2007
Über DEXCell Energy Manager
Serving more than 2,250 businesses across 44+ countries, DEXMA provides best-in-class energy management solutions for buildings in the commercial and industrial (C&I) sector. DEXCell Energy Manager is a cloud-based, hardware-neutral aM&T software solution helping organisations reduce energy use and cost through continuous monitoring, submetering, analytics, alarms, reports and controls. DEXMA sells its software and services through a global network of 275+ Partners.
DEXCell Energy Manager Funktionen
- Abrechnungen importieren
- Compliance Management
- Kosten / Nutzen-Berichterstattung
- Kostenplanung und Prognosen
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für DEXCell Energy Manager
Bewertet am 8.9.2017
The soft ware helps me and my clients see the invisible...energy usage. This is business critical.
Kommentare: My business model is based on the Dexcell platform. The software has been an integral feature of my energy efficiency consultancy and energy project management projects.
The analytics are unsurpassed in its scope. every key algorithm of concern to an energy manager is covered with accuracy. Data gaps could be queried or one can simply go to the 'Market Place' to find an app solution. I have worked with others which are not as resourceful and constantly improved. While competitors come close in some functionalities, the Dexcell solution is unsurpassed in its ability to provide the right information in clear and understandable terms.
I also like the reliability of the service. There is hardly ever any down time in the service.
One of the tools I also reference is the 'Passive consumption'. This is an area missed by many energy managers in the Caribbean; but alas how significant it could be in reducing wasted energy. The Dexcell app provides this useful insight if needed.
Nachteile: The ability to power automate a facility with remote functionality is not yet there. I hope Dexcell will consider this feature as part of their continuous improvement plan moving forward. You are so good....it's time you go for being great!
Antwort des Softwareanbieters
von DEXMA an 27.10.2017
Alfonso, thank you so much for your feedback! We're so happy you are getting good use out of the Energy Apps Market that's always expanding ;) We will work hard to keep improving DEXCell Energy Manager for you!
Bewertet am 2.1.2019
DEXCell Energy Manager - finding, resolving and tracking energy savings
Kommentare: Very good, but not quite excellent. It has furthered some analysis, made it easier to review site data, comparisons can be made quickly, analysis can be done and inferred quickly. However, reporting is unpolished and still limited custom (main issue is the header and footer) and alerts have to be assessed off of the Excel export.
Ease of data upload. Gateways with clear requirements for entering data mean uploading 000's of meters is simple. With the new bulk export, where locations, site and device information can be edited, organising this data is also simple.
Alerts. Good alerts can be created to provide some reactive insight into site's energy consumption. Whether tracking OOH, max demand or general consumption changes.
Alerts. Unfortunately, it is only possible to create one alert for one meter at a time. For example if 100 sites all needed the same OOH threshold alert, these would need to be created, manually one-by-one.
Assigning data parameters (i.e. gas/electricity). If the data source is the companies data collector, and the data is to go directly into DEXCell, and you cannot edit the format, you cannot tell DEXCell whether it is gas or electricity. Once data is in, you can then retrospectively create a derived parameter on the new device, however the first day/batch of data would need to be uploaded again to be derived into the chosen parameter. It would be better if during the gateway set up it was possible to define that all data coming into the gateway was a set parameter.