SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nexant, a leading provider of software for utilities, today announced its 2015 Energy Software Forum is being held this week in La Jolla, California.
The software forum allows Nexant iEnergy, iHedge and RevenueManager software customers from around the world to gather and discuss best practices and share expertise. Product tracks will discuss use cases and results through interactive product sessions, case studies, and a look into the future of energy software.
About Nexant iEnergy, iHedge and RevenueManager
iEnergy® is a purpose-built, data management, analytics and customer engagement platform that fundamentally changes how utilities manage business processes and customer initiatives for energy efficiency, renewables, demand response and water conservation programs.
iHedge® is a comprehensive software platform that enables market participants to hedge congestion risks in transmission constrained electricity markets by providing competitive strategies through simulation of auctions, allocations of congestion revenue rights (CRR) and allocation of financial transmission rights (FTR).
RevenueManager® is a fully integrated, customer care, billing and contract management software platform that supports multiple commodities through the entire customer lifecycle—from prospecting, to customer acquisition, customer service and billing—in residential, commercial and industrial markets.
Nexant offers a comprehensive suite of best-in-class energy enterprise software platforms that transform utility business processes and enable implementation of smart grid, clean energy and demand management initiatives. Nexant software helps utilities embrace a customer-centric model that aligns strategic planning, grid operations and demand side management to improve customer engagement, boost operational efficiency, reduce risk and achieve superior business results. Learn more at www.nexant.com.
CONTACT: Heatheryn Higgins, Nexant Director of Communications +1.303.998.2474 firstname.lastname@example.org