In order to help our clients systematically achieve the best outcome minimum costs and maximum system efficiency, we have partnered with industry leaders who foster proven methodologies that fit our business model. With the help of our partners, we can fully deliver an innovative solution to help organizations who are looking to use the least amount of energy at the lowest cost.
ValuD Consulting became a partner with Motors@Work in 2016. The company is the industry leading provider for both IBM TRIRIGA and Motors@Work Industrial IoT technologies. With operations in the United States and India, ValuD’s global team of deeply skilled consultants leverages its proven FastStart methodology and proprietary Solution Accelerators to help private and public sector organizations develop breakthrough solutions with measurable results. ValuD was listed as #1455 on the list of Fastest Growing Companies on Inc. 5000 in 2015.
Headquartered in Armonk, New York, USA, IBM is one of the largest IT conglomerates in the industry today. With over a century’s worth of expertise in diverse fields such as Hardware, Middleware, software and consulting, technology and innovation has always been the USP of IBM. With the advent of cloud computing, this multinational giant has now emerged as a cognitive solutions and cloud platform company. At over 400000 personnel in its ranks, IBM has one of the biggest workforces in the industry today. In 2016, IBM was ranked seventh in the Forbes list of world’s most valuable brands and thirty second in Fortune magazine’s list of world’s most admired companies.
Washington State University Extension Energy Program
The Washington State University (WSU) Energy Program is a self-supported department within the Washington University and provides training, on-site assessments and analytical tools to meet evolving energy challenges in the Pacific Northwest, across the United States and around the world. The energy experts of WSU work with a wide range of agencies, organizations, institutions and businesses to identify challenges in the energy sector and develop solutions based on world-class research. WSU developed MotorMaster+ and MotorMaster International certified “BestPractices” tools endorsed by U.S. Department of Energy’s (D.O.E.) for managing commercial and industrial motors and driven equipment. Motors@Work was developed in collaboration with WSU based and incorporating the certified MotorMaster+ Best Practices.
South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA) was formed in 1983 by the state of South Carolina to manage federal research projects and to collaborate with industry and universities to promote high-tech development. It has over 31 years of experience delivering technology solutions to federal and corporate clients as well as aiding in the growth of the Knowledge Economy in South Carolina. SCRA Applied R&D manages over $5.1 billion in national and international R&D programs with focus areas including prototypes, maritime technology, advanced materials and energy while SCRA R&D Facilities contain SC Launch programs including wet labs, secure rooms for sensitive work and advanced, high-tech manufacturing shops.
Based out of Greenville, South Carolina, NEXT is a program of the Greenville Chamber and its objective is to support high-impact entrepreneurs and their game-changing ventures. The company believes in the concept of ‘wealth through ownership’ and therefore focusses on attracting and growing high-impact, knowledge-based companies by developing an entrepreneurial ecosystem and connecting entrepreneurs to it. The company holds the belief that innovative small companies are critical to true economic development and therefore strives to provide the support that entrepreneurs seek and require for them to build strong, successful, globally-competitive businesses. NEXT currently supports over 100 knowledge-based companies in Upstate South Carolina.