Ensure Operational Efficiencies and Protect Your Profits

Managing multiple facilities is a challenge. We understand that challenge – and created SiteSage® to deliver operational visibility, remote control, and enhanced productivity.

Gain Operational Transparency

Real-time access and insight into equipment operations

Enhance Equipment Performance

Shift from reactive to proactive equipment servicing

Reduce Energy Expenses

Ensure consistent and efficient schedules for HVAC and other equipment

Deliver maximum savings with minimal effort

With SiteSage, retailers, health clinics, banks, and other businesses with large numbers of small commercial properties can connect, analyze, and control key equipment, including HVAC, signage, and lighting.

  • Enterprise HVAC control & diagnostics
  • Enterprise control of lighting, signage, and other equipment
  • Temperature and humidity monitoring
  • Real-time alerts
  • Asset inventory & assessment

Unlike other solutions on the market, SiteSage addresses a full range of operational performance issues in a single system

Mobile First Access

Leverages wireless sensors and controls to keep deployment costs down

Rapid payback, often paying for itself in under 1 year


SiteSage Applications

Energy Management

Equipment and Energy Management

Remote monitoring and control of HVAC, lighting, signage, and other equipment

Connected Equipment

Connected Equipment

Connect directly to equipment across all brands and extract valuable, real-time data

Energy is the fourth largest in-store operating cost for US retailers. While overall energy costs differ by type of retail format—between about 4 and 9 percent of in-store operating costs—they also vary widely between stores of the same age, type and size. That suggests a significant opportunity for cost reduction. When we looked at energy consumption across the network of one large retail chain, for example, we found differences of up to 40 percent between otherwise similar stores.

Indeed, when retailers conduct energy audits on their stores, they typically identify opportunities to reduce energy consumption by 20 to 30 percent, and sometimes by up to 50 percent.

Levi Hetrick, Steve Hoffman, and Steven Swartz, McKinsey