AVReporter WEBPublisher Energy Management Software

The AVReporter WEBPublisher energy management software provides the user with the ability to prepare web reports and dashboards easily and with a variety of options to create custom layouts and specific user interfaces. Using WEB based technology, data can be accessed anytime and from anywhere across the user’s network eliminating the need for installing any additional applications on client computers. The embedded multi- language support provided with WEBPublisher will be especially applicable  to  multinational and global applications.

Easy to manage user-friendly environment (on-the fly multi-language support)
With AVReporter WEBPublisher web-based users can visualize their data in real-time and create reports over a web browser.
Support of Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome browsers
Custom skins that can be customized to suit your company and program
Real-time monitoring through links to web pages in other systems (example: Powerlogic ION Enterprise) can be applied to provide the user with effectively one system to view
WebPublisher can print and export reports and dashboards (excel, pdf format)
Administration tools (Remote Management, Security Access Level Management, etc.)
Comprehensive Multi-User and Security Access Level Management, providing each user with a login name and password that manages their access to menus and features. Users can be limited to individual buildings, departments or organizational levels, etc.
WebPublisher can be expanded by ASP.NET program code, PHP code, Javascript code, VBscript code and Flash technology
Almost unlimited report and dashboard creation: Green House Gases reports, KPI reports, Customized consumption reports, ABCD energy efficiency reports, Statements for energy efficiency and cost allocation, Statements for Energy Booking Optimization

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