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Verdafero Announces Partnership with HSSI

SAN FRANCISCO—Verdafero Inc., a SaaS (Sustainability-as-a-Service) software and services provider, announced a partnering agreement with Hotel Sustainability Solutions, Inc. (HSSI).

“This is a very exciting partnership for Verdafero,” said Dr. Alastair Hood, CEO of Verdafero. “With the skills and knowledge that HSSI brings in sustainability across many industries we feel that the combination of HSSI and Verdafero’s skill set and online tools will help HSSI customers gain great insight and information on their utility reduction efforts across all their properties and locations. We are very pleased to be working with HSSI.”

Created by Verdafero from direct industry feedback, MyVerdafero—Utility Optimization Software Platform is a comprehensive utility optimization software application enabling industrial users, including hospitality and commercial users, to track, analyze, and report on all utility expenses, not just energy but water, waste, fuel oil and other utilities across multiple locations and facilities. This holistic view enables clients to compare the performance of all buildings within their portfolio. Additionally, clients can now compare and track their entire usage and costs, benchmarked back to an individual year with weather normalization and importantly, report their carbon footprint on a real-time basis if required by city, county, state or federal law.

Working with HSSI, a leading hospitality sustainability company, corporate hospitality clients are now applying Verdafero’s SaaS Platform with clearly defined results. “We are very proud of our new partnership with Verdafero,” says Charles Smith, CEO of HSSI. “Our corporate hospitality clients, including some of the major worldwide brands, now have the tools at their fingertips to track, analyze, and report their utility usage and carbon footprint per room per night on a real-time basis, rather than as an averaged figure for the year. This is imperative for our clients to win corporate business during these challenging times.”

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