AlsoEnergy is releasing a new platform for its solar customers, PowerTrack Web, that will provide web browser access for all users, get daily work completed faster, and save money. PowerTrack Web is a new version of AlsoEnergy’s flagship software platform built using the universal HTML5 programming language. This enables web access for users with Chrome and Firefox web browsers. Here’s a tutorial:
PowerTrack Web has the same basic interface design as the original PowerTrack platform, but the navigation makes it easy to move quickly through common daily tasks. “PowerTrack Web improves on speed and response time, and is already helping our team work more efficiently” says Paul Happy, Vice President of Operations at SoCore Energy. “Many members of our team have already made the shift to standardize on PowerTrack Web for daily monitoring work.”
Designed for universal compatibility and fast performance, PowerTrack Web is a streamlined version of the original PowerTrack application. It supports the most critical and frequently used functionality of the original PowerTrack platform, including real-time data at portfolio, site, and device level; aggregated and itemized portfolio overviews; analytics and full charting functionality; and alerts status and acknowledgement.
PowerTrack Web joins the existing products in the PowerTrack application family, including PowerTrack IE (for use with Explorer browser); PowerTrack Desktop (available for Windows or Mac); and PowerTrack Mobile. Many users will employ PowerTrack Web in conjunction with other PowerTrack platforms. Since all PowerTrack programs are built for interaction with the same back-end server system, actions executed in one platform are immediately visible and actionable on the other platforms. Users may move back and forth between versions with no fear of losing work.
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