Creating Smarter, More Sustainable Buildings with Jon Bolen from Entouch

To combat climate change, we need to make buildings more intelligent and efficient. HVAC systems produce seven billion metric tons of greenhouse gases per year—a sizable percentage of the overall contributors.

But building managers face conflicting pressures. They need to reduce costs and meet sustainability goals while simultaneously delivering a consistently great experience to the building’s inhabitants.

Jon Bolen is helping organizations do both with his company Entouch, which offers smart energy solutions to some of the world’s largest brands, including Lowe’s, JCPenney, TD Bank, and FedEx.

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Jon is a business-centric technology leader who focuses on disciplined execution. While working on his MBA at Emory, where he graduated with high honors, Jon cut his teeth on product marketing for NCR. After leading several groups at RaceTrac Petroleum, he helped develop technology-enabled services for companies such as Radiant Systems, Trax Retail Solutions, and Westec Intelligent Surveillance.

An operations leader with over 20 years of experience, Jon has successfully scaled businesses and delivered results. Jon’s hobbies include cycling, sailing, and logging countless miles to watch his kids’ college soccer matches.

Founded in Dallas, Texas, in 2008, ENTOUCH is the pioneer in energy management as a service and smart building technology. Our turnkey solution digitally transforms and optimizes operations while reducing energy usage to drive profitability for multisite businesses.

We are the only provider that owns our entire technology stack and can take over heterogeneous systems and manage them from a single cloud solution. We lead the industry in speed and quality of deployment, and the ENTOUCH.360 service has earned a 100% renewal rate.



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