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India's energy-saving startup Zenatix targets Southeast Asia

Five-year-old company powered by new owner Hero Group

Zenatix co-founder Amarjeet Singh explains how the company collects and analyzes data as well as builds intelligence to help clients improve energy efficiency. (Photo by Kiran Sharma)
Zenatix co-founder Amarjeet Singh explains how the company collects and analyzes data as well as builds intelligence to help clients improve energy efficiency. (Photo by Kiran Sharma)

NEW DELHI -- Now under the umbrella of India's Hero Group, local "internet of things" startup Zenatix aims to expand to Southeast Asia, offering data-driven solutions that boost energy efficiency for big electricity consumers like retail outlets, restaurant chains and banks.

Zenatix caters to any client that has distributed outlets with physical assets, such as air conditioning, freezers and lighting, where managing energy consumption from a central location is a challenge, according to Amarjeet Singh, co-founder and chief technology officer. Its clients include Domino's Pizza, wireless carrier Vodafone, Mother Dairy and State Bank of India.

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