Carpenters have an adage ‘measure twice, cut once.’ Something similar applies in IT.
Sydneysiders can keep abreast of planned and unplanned water outages in the city with a new online water map launched by Sydney Water.
The Australian arm of global digital communications infrastructure provider BAI has partnered with utility infrastructure systems and resource conservation company Sensus in a deal which the two companies say will transform the relationship between utilities and their customers.
Energy infrastructure company Jemena has selected SAP Cloud for Customer solution to support its restructured process lines across its major assets – electricity, water and gas.
Gentrack, a specialist developer of software for utilities, announced in Sydney at OzWater 2012, the launch of its next generation billing and CRM software designed for Australian water utilities.
Gentrack, a leading provider of specialist software for water utilities, has been selected to deploy its specialist water billing and CRM software to Barwon Water, Victoria's largest regional urban water corporation.
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