Aspectus PR, a global communications and PR agency focusing on Financial Services, Energy, Engineering and B2B Technology and Events has been appointed by EcoSys, provider of best-in-class enterprise planning and cost control software solutions, as its communications firm of record.
Headquartered in New York and with offices in London (UK) and Houston (US), EcoSys has partners in Europe, the Middle East and Australia. It has engaged Aspectus to help raise its corporate profile across the energy, oil & gas, construction & engineering and utilities sectors. Aspectus will manage a media relations and content generation campaign to position EcoSys as a thought leader in project cost management.
“We selected Aspectus PR because of its expertise in the technology and energy sectors,” said Adam Goldfarb, Marketing Director, EcoSys. “We were looking for a team and firm that understood our target markets and had a track record in raising profiles for companies like ours. Aspectus’ enthusiasm, professionalism and deep understanding of today’s media landscape also helped drive our decision.”
EcoSys was recently named Program and Portfolio Management ‘Cool Vendor’ by Gartner, Inc. The company’s EPC (Enterprise Planning & Controls) is a web-based solution designed to provide visibility into project cost and performance, delivering best practices for project cost management, portfolio management, capital planning, budgeting and forecasting, funds management, resource management, estimating, and earned value management.
Claudine Cornelis, COO and Managing Director of North America for Aspectus PR, said: “We are delighted to have been selected as the communications agency of record for EcoSys. EcoSys is a hybrid client straddling our business technology and energy sectors. The oil & gas industry is one of the most powerful pillars of our economy and EcoSys is at the center of some of the largest projects in the world. We are thrilled to be embarking on this journey with EcoSys and we look forward to working with the team and building a long-term relationship.”