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UTILITY SYSTEM INTEGRATION SERVICES

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THE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION IS HERE

OUR ENGINEERS PROVIDE INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS TO SECURE YOUR SUCCESS

Define Current State & Set Targets

Step 1.
Set Goals
and Objectives

Our team of experts will evaluate each system, process, and software for its effectiveness and viability while documenting any pain points or gaps in integration.
To facilitate discussion, our Energy Software Integration team and the CLIENT will discuss improvement goals from management, major pain points, and any initiatives currently underway or slated for the near future. This step establishes the major goals of the integration study and sets objectives to achieve those goals.

  • Major goal and objective setting
  • Review of confidentiality and security policies
  • Client expectations and desired outcomes
  • Communication processes and preferences
  • Client-specific financial variables and current costs

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Determine Software & Technolgy Gaps

Step 2.
Discovery

EPE will first meet with management to identify the operations of the CLIENT, their current system infrastructure, and the overall processes and integration of each system.

Identification of departments and their roles. Key departments may include:

  • Mapping
  • Dispatch
  • Planning
  • Engineering
  • Field Personnel
  • Management

Key personnel in each department

Current software or process utilized by each department, such as:

  • Mapping / GIS package
  • Engineering Analysis Software
  • Customer Information System (CIS)
  • Outage Management System (OMS)
  • Staking Software
  • SCADA or other system metering devices
  • Record keeping (such as excel or database structure)

Current software or process utilized by each department, such as:

  • AMR/AMI
  • Fleet Tracking
  • Call Center

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Identify Solutions & Maximize ROI

Step 3.
Process and Technology
Analysis

Following the initial, EPE will analyze the results to produce a discovery and recommendations report. The discovery section of the report will include:

  • Integration map showing which software and data sources talk to each other and by what means
  • Flowchart depicting general process flows for major tasks
  • Description of each department and their respective roles
  • Long lead time items
  • Pain points
  • Missing integration
  • Missing data sources