Demand Logic’s cloud-based software provides real-time intelligence to property stakeholders, helping improve productivity, save energy, identify faults and increase comfort and wellbeing among occupants. Whereas previously performance data would be visible only to a building management systems’ (BMS) engineer, Demand Logic’s software creates an online forum for over 50 potential users, including asset managers, property managers and facilities managers, allowing issues to be addressed quickly and efficiently.
Since June last year Demand Logic, working with LGIM and its partners has implemented 300 actions based on the software’s findings, resulting in 1,547,826 KwH (£180,000 per year and a 400-tonne carbon saving) of potential energy avoidance.
Demand Logic add LGIM to their impressive portfolio of clients which consists of The Crown Estate, BT, RBS and Santander, continuing their work with LGIM as a key partner.
CEO and Co-Founder of Demand Logic, Mike Darby said:
“Demand Logic is delighted to be extending our partnership with such a prestigious brand. We have achieved some very effective results working together already. We are excited to see how much value we can create as part of this extended partnership. LGIM’s experience and their innovative, customer-centric approach is something which we want to build upon to develop our offering and further support LGIM and their clients.”
Mark Tyson, Head of Occupier Engagement & Service Delivery at LGIM RA, commented:
“Demand Logic is a key part of our wider strategy to be the owner of choice for occupiers. Initially across our office portfolio the Demand Logic tools have built a unifying platform for our Property & Facilities Managers, Technical Consultants and M&E service providers.”
Demand Logic’s software was developed with support from Innovate UK, a government agency set up to drive innovations in science and technology, and has won prestigious awards at the EG Tech Awards and the Building Controls Industry Association Awards.
To keep up to date with Demand Logic, and learn more about what they do, visit their website.