Vitality & EnergyPrint Inc. partner to deliver the best smart building solution in HVAC Controls

Salt Lake City, Utah, March 31st, 2022 — Vitality IO, Inc, a global leader in smart building technology, building management, and IoT solutions, today announced that it has formally signed a partnership with EnergyPrint Inc. to provide the Vitality next-generation building management platform to the EnergyPrint portfolio of over a thousand buildings across Minnesota and Florida.

Vitality will provide a white-labeled version of the Vitality Platform to EnergyPrint and its clients through this partnership.  This will allow EnergyPrint to continue to offer utility data and administration while adding the ability to offer Smart IoT building control, utility billing, and real-time energy monitoring.  

In addition to this partnership, Vitality also announced that it will be creating an API for the XCSpec line of IoT technologies.  This will allow native control of IoT devices, such as their smart thermostats and wireless outdoor damper and exhaust control devices, directly through the Vitality platform.  

About EnergyPrint

EnergyPrint works directly with utilities to gather, input, and validate data — providing an administrative solution that reduces time and engineering expenses for building owners and the professionals who serve them. We integrate our data services and web application into our customers’ businesses, powering solutions to help Find, Track & Prove energy savings and efficiency improvements in commercial buildings across the U.S. and Canada. EnergyPrint is an ENERGY STAR® partner.

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About XCSpec

XCSpec is a California-based technology company founded in 2013 by tech veterans Jan and Pete Peterson with the goal of improving commercial building air quality and efficiency. For more information, visit

About Vitality

Vitality is the next-generation building management software platform. We combine an Energy Management, Business Intelligence, Utility Billing, and Controls solution into one central platform. This allows buildings of all sizes to make the jump to becoming truly smart buildings while reducing operating expenses, increasing Net Operating Income, and saving the world by reducing emissions.

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