LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — Lynxspring announced that Frost & Sullivan has recognized the company with its 2014 North American Building Automation Systems Customer Value Leadership Award. Lynxspring said that it earned the award for its focus on client experience by providing a powerful, yet easy to use building automation system (BAS).

With its JENEsys® Building Operating System, connectivity, integration, control, and supervision are all brought together with data and visualization to provide actionable insights, said Lynxspring. As a result, users can manage all building and facility operations from a single platform. As it is based on an open system and standard, there is no need for lengthy training or integration efforts.

All aspects of the ownership experience (single toolset, multi-vendor interoperability, extensibility) were taken into account while developing the system.

“The JENEsys® platform provides remote access to relevant data from a centralized location,” said Frost & Sullivan research analyst Pramod Dibble, Visionary Innovation consultant. “It offers a comprehensive view of the BAS by breaking down siloes that could otherwise hinder the optimization of the complete facility ecosystem.”

Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to the company that has demonstrated keen focus on enhancing customer value, beyond mere good service, leading to improved customer retention and expansion.

For more information, visit www.lynxspring.com.

Publication date: 6/9/2014

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