New Greenbird website launched

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Greenbird Integration Technology, a software integration company challenging the way utilities approach the smart energy revolution, announced today its newly revamped website. On the site the company claims they can help utilities with their digital transformation 80% faster than traditional system integration models.

The redesigned site helps the visitor to navigate easily through today’s seemingly complex approach to system integration providing quick and easy access to essential information while offering a more comprehensive understanding of Greenbird’s value proposition and overall client benefits. The website also offers valuable insights that help utilities on their digital journey, as well as updated information on news and press releases, client testimonials, career opportunities and inspiring blog post.

The new website has a clean uncluttered design, focused on Greenbird’s mission to help utilities accelerate the energy revolution, to start innovation faster.  The new website is live today and is located at the same address: www.greenbird.com

"We are thrilled about our new website launch that simplifies access to information for customers, investors, partners and media to better understand Greenbird’s unique approach to systems integration," said Thorsten Heller, CEO and Co-Founder.  "We believe that this new site will allow our visitors to have a very informative experience as we continue to grow and increase our market presence."

Metercloud is a unique integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) built for utilities, transforming them from traditional grid operators to platform operators ready to create more innovative services in the new digital energy markets. With Metercloud, Greenbird empowers utilities to be future-ready in months instead of years, enabling them to optimize grid operations, capitalize on dark data, and become a platform operator for smart city applications infrastructure.

Visitors are encouraged to explore the website and sign up for Greenbird’s newsletter at www.greenbird.com