Building Intelligence

Manual Overrides

Building data is hard to gather and consolidate, because of legacy and proprietary building equipment. Energy and facilities teams rely on multiple data sources and manual consolidation to create trends and make decisions.You’ll get a real-time summary of energy and dollar savings, cost avoidance, and insight into your best and worst performing locations , all without the need for any time-consuming manual data manipulation tasks. While the real-time analytics engine continuously monitors progress towards your smart building goals!

10 included pre-created charts and graphs created by PhoenixET's energy and facilities experts let you get your system health at a glance.


Executive Dashboard 

Zone Temp Setpoint Comparison new

Call Tracker 

Building kW Demand new

Enterprise View 

Overrides new

EUI Ranking 

ECM reports new

Runtime Outliers 

Demand Management new



Active reporting

Automatically take corrective and proactive action based on data trends and anomalies. Data is updated on demand for some datasets


Enterprise-wide building health at a glance

Get the current state of your energy usage, comfort and calls/alarms across all your control systems and connected machines in a normalized dashboard. No conversion or legends required.

Mobile App for updates on the go

Utilize the native mobile app, making the features of Building Intelligence easily available from any mobile device

Ad hoc Report and Dashboard creation using the intuitive interface

Easily filter and select data to create the view that meets your needs; by region, brand or other selection. Build dashboards using existing datasets to create a personalized view of the metrics important to you.

Collaboration tools

Start a conversation about your data and observations right in the dashboard. Manage users and teams.

Export and Analyze

Want to export your data and analyze in Excel or elsewhere? How about exporting your dashboards to PowerPoint for an executive briefing? No problem.



Review the Standard Reports