Gazprom Energy launches energy management tool ‘InSight’

By Jonathan Dyble
UK gas and electricity supplier Gazpr...

UK gas and electricity supplier Gazprom Energy has launched its new energy management tool named InSight that will allow consumers and energy consultant partners to buy energy strategically using a real-time market view.

In a nutshell, the platform streamlines the energy procurement process between Gazprom Energy and its customers, allowing organisations to be more strategic and agile in their energy purchasing in order to reduce costs.

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“Through InSight, our customers will have access to a one-stop shop for strategic energy buying, and benefit from a more streamlined and automated energy procurement process,” said Gazprom’s Customer Relationship Analyst, Thomas Meredith.

“This will allow energy managers to buy and sell energy much quicker, and view the position of the energy market all in one solution.”

“We don’t want to merely give customers the data they need to make energy buying decisions; we want to give them something more interactive that provides the answers they need to map their own position against changes in the energy market.”

InSight’s innovative platform is the first energy management system of its kind to be provided by an energy retailer, giving organisations all the market data and information they need so less time can be spent on analysing data whilst simultaneously achieving better results.

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