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We know it can be difficult to allocate enough resources to business development, competitive intelligence, and proposal research. That’s why E Source is ready to save you time and help you beat out your competition. You asked for market insights and we listened. We’re excited to introduce three new features of our demand-side management (DSM) data products that will provide more of the data you need to grow your business. In this fast-paced web conference, we’ll provide a live look at:

  • E Source Energy RFP. Our database of active and inactive requests for proposals (RFPs) will help ensure that you never miss another opportunity. You get access to dozens of open RFPs, and you can learn about insurance, data security, or other reporting requirements by examining closed requisitions.
  • E Source DSM Insights Provider Mentions dashboard. We now offer information on who the incumbent implementer is for hundreds of programs across the US and Canada. This new Provider Mentions dashboard displays data by implementer, program administrator, and program category as well as by provider performance. Never before has all this data been available in one place.
  • E Source Measure Insights Common Measures dashboard. We’ve taken measure-level analysis to the next level by providing a new framework to look across nearly 30 technical reference manuals (TRMs). Using the new Common Measures dashboard, you can see which measures are only included in a small number of TRMs or which are the most frequently included. This is the first time this data has been made available in one place, and we’re excited to show you how to access it.

You won’t want to miss the market introduction of these resources.

Speakers:

Rachel Buckley, Director, Data Product Strategy, E Source
Alexandra Behringer, Director, Portfolio Management, E Source
Zack Tamble, Director, Operations, QuadROI