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Leading Analyst Firm Recognizes ElectSolve's uCentra® MDM/ODM
Monday, Jan 02, 2012 3:00pm

Leading Analyst Firm Recognizes ElectSolve

January 2, 2012 – ElectSolve today announced that Gartner, Inc., has recognized ElectSolve for its Meter Data Management Magic Quadrant.* According to the report, which assesses the leading MDM software vendors offered in the energy and utilities sector, Gartner, Inc. cites, “The market segment considered for this Magic Quadrant consists of utility companies seeking software solutions for managing the metered consumption data, which can be used across the enterprise, and shared with customers, partners, and regulators alike. For the purpose of this Magic Quadrant assessment, meter data management (MDM) products are IT components of the advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) responsible for cleansing, calculating, and providing data persistency, and the dissemination of energy consumption data, which can originate from a variety of sources.” The ElectSolve product evaluated in the Magic Quadrant is its flagship product, ElectSolve uCentra®. This next-generation meter data management system (MDMS) provides an integration platform for AMI, AMR, SCADA, CIS, OMS, EA/GIS, demand response, and distribution line management systems. ElectSolve offers a centralized solution for operational data management, analysis, and reporting and provides a full 360-degree view of all operational data.

“We believe our position in the Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for MDM reinforces ElectSolve as “the vendor of choice” best positioned to continue our relentless focus and dedication to serving the public power and electric cooperative utility markets,” said Steve Bell, V.P. Business Development of ElectSolve. “ElectSolve has a proven Meter/Operational Data Management platform that can scale in both functionality and costs for our customer base and support a solid technology roadmap for future applications and functions.” 

*Gartner, Inc., Magic Quadrant for Meter Data Management Products, Zarko Sumic, December 20, 2011.

About the Magic Quadrant – Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in our research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner’s research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. About ElectSolve ElectSolve is a full service provider of technical, management and consulting services and technology platforms for Smart Grid control, monitoring and automation.

ElectSolve is a full service provider of technical, management and consulting services and technology platforms for Smart Grid control, monitoring and automation. Since 1999, ElectSolve has helped electric, water and gas utilities maximize the return on their technology investment dollars. ElectSolve’s flagship product, uCentra™ Operational Data Management System (ODMS), is a proven and vendor neutral next-generation meter data management system (MDMS) that provides an integration platform for AMI/AMR, CIS, SCADA, OMS, EA/GIS, demand response and distribution automation management systems. uCentra™ provides full 360-degree view of all operational data with centralized management, analysis, and reporting. For more information, visit: www.ElectSolve.com

ElectSolve is a Hometown Connections Partner. In affiliation with Hometown Connections, ElectSolve is delivering to public power systems the uCentra™ Operational Data Management System. ElectSolve integrates data from the systems of several vendors currently allied with Hometown Connections, including Elster, Milsoft Utility Solutions, Survalent Technology, Cogsdale, and N-Dimension Solutions. Along with improving utility operations, the ElectSolve system gives customers web-based tools to learn more about their energy use habits and lower costs.


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