A year ago, our business unit was known as FSG Energy, and our energy management system was known as Clarity. On November 4, 2018, our Chief Product Officer, Justin McCullough, and VP of Product, Adam Haynes, appeared on the ControlTalkNow podcast to introduce the Control Trends audience to our hardware agnostic control and EMS approach.
Some of the things Justin and Adam were touched on in November 2018:
Since this episode a few things have changed:
Other than that- we’re pretty much the same. Our values around ownership, accountability, transparency, and integrity are the same. Our approach to crafting a better way to manage your facilities is unwavered and constantly being iterated on day by day. Our core belief that your buildings should work for you, not the other way around has gone unchanged.
FSG Smart Buildings is, and always will be, here to be your trusted advisor in all things facility management. If you simply want to turn your lights on from your phone or if you can’t afford a facility manager but need those types of services at a fraction of the cost- we’ve got you covered.
That said, for as much as our vision, intention, and means stay the same, we love being different and disruptive. Drop us a line or check out our events page to see where we can meet up. We would love to chat and get to know you and your business!
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