October 21, 2014 12:16 PM ET


Company Overview of Verdiem Corporation

Company Overview

Verdiem Corporation develops and sells power management software for PC networks in North America. Its products include Analyze Usage that creates a baseline for energy savings; automatically detects and organizes devices; creates policies based on actual user activity and schedules; aligns various policies with workforce activity patterns, schedules, and locations; and predicts savings using device-specific energy consumption. It provides Enforce Policies, which manages power policies and handle exceptions; simplifies administration with automatic group and policy assignment for new devices; integrates client lifecycle management solutions; overcomes windows sleep disorders; prevents data l...

1601 2nd Avenue

Suite 701

Seattle, WA 98101

United States

Founded in 2001





Key Executives for Verdiem Corporation

Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Operations
Age: 55
Chief Technology Officer
Age: 63
Director of Engineering
Senior Director of Enterprise Product Management
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Verdiem Corporation Key Developments

Verdiem Introduces Print & Power Analyzer for Enterprise Print Optimization

Verdiem Corporation announced the general availability of its new software product, Verdiem Print & Power Analyzer, which builds on Verdiem's IT energy management and efficiency platform to improve efficiency and reduce operational costs of an organization's end user computing and print environment. With Verdiem Print & Power Analyzer IT organizations can accurately measure end-user print activity, identify both local and networked printers, characterize costs, and analyze the data to uncover opportunities to optimize the print environment. This often results in reduced enterprise print costs of up to 30% or $20 to $60 dollars per user per year.

Verdiem Corporation Introduces Verdiem VBOX

Verdiem Corporation introduced Verdiem VBOX, the first IT energy management appliance, in conjunction with the release of Verdiem Surveyor Fall Edition 2012. VBOX is a fully integrated software and hardware solution for an easy, quick and affordable deployment. With the Fall Edition, Verdiem is also releasing Connect for Smart Buildings, a solution that integrates IT energy management with building management systems (BMS). Connect for Smart Buildings provides facilities and energy managers with visibility and control across facility equipment (heating, ventilation, air conditioning, lighting, security, etc.) and IT devices for comprehensive energy management to significantly reduce energy waste. In addition, Verdiem expands its energy management analytics with new role-based dashboards that deliver key summary information on energy savings as well as the ability to drill down to uncover more detailed insights in order to optimize energy savings.

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