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It is said that for asset-intensive industries such
as power utilities, transportation and oil and gas,
the secret of making significant reductions in operating
expenses lies in optimal utilisation of the capital
asset. This is no great finding, but a recognised truth.
The solution then is to put into use a comprehensive and efficient Grid asset management solution which would improve the quality of work and asset management decisions by increasing the availability, accuracy and timeliness of T&D work and asset information and improve work efficiencies by standardizing processes and software, automating workflow, and providing a central view of work schedules and resources across all types of work.
in conjunction with their partner and client Cascade
A.S., Norway, offer a complete suite of web-based grid/network
management system solutions under the brand name OpenNIS.
This suite is compliant with the R-APDRP SRS by the Power Finance Corporation/Ministry of Power, India and has been developed using Microsoft technologies,
for managing the construction, operations, and maintenance
of utility grids like Electrical/Power utilities,
Telecommunications, Water/Sewage and Gas.
The advantage for any utility of having the complete
suite of OpenNIS applications,
will be significant reduction in operating costs by
replacing a large number of complex and stand-alone
legacy applications with a small number of highly integrated
best-of-breed packaged applications.
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is an open, scalable and modular Grid Information System
that integrates business processes for the entire
service chain. With OpenNIS, Utility companies
can improve efficiency, quality and lower their operational
been used by over 160 utilities
to improve operations and maintenance processes, reduce
expenditure, identify potential efficiency gains, extend
asset life, increase network reliability, manage risks
and provide the rigorous expenditure justification required
by regulators and investors.