Environmental Systems, Inc and IBCon 2014 - Preview
Environmental Systems, Inc. (ESI) has been participating as a sponsor of RealComm/IBCon for a number of years. Initially the attraction to take part in the conference was based on recommendations from industry peers. However, that soon changed. It became clear that this show was designed and developed differently than most industry conferences we have attended throughout the years.
For starters, the mix of educational sessions was both timely and effective. This is in part due to the contribution of the RealComm/IBCon Industry Advisory Panels. The Advisory Panels were established to create the greatest impact through producing and presenting the latest industry information by leaders in the commercial real estate and building efficiency sectors. This approach in creating value for the attendee is enticing and leads to a healthy mix of participants.
Furthermore, every year the topics and content delivered at the event are well-timed and thought provoking. Innovation in our industry has the power to make us continually “sharpen the saw.” The consequences of not embracing rapid change in the market results in facing the impending dilemma “innovate or die.” RealComm/IBCon maximizes on the pace at which our industry is now moving through its unique approach of influencing through education and the sharing of ideas.
ESI quickly became excited by the quality of the conference and the opportunity to join the Advisory Panel and contribute as a thought leader in the industry. Having now moved into a platinum level sponsor of the event, this allows ESI to influence the commercial real estate and building efficiency markets through our unwavering passion to optimize building performance. When buildings run better, businesses work better.
Each of the topics of which ESI will be presenting on at this year’s conference will be delivered with the intent that challenging the industry status quo is vital in delivering unsurpassed solutions that transform building operations. Demonstratable and repeatable results is the difference between engaging ESI or not.