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The Hindu Phoenix IT bags IBM award IBM Beacon Awards recognize technical excellence, industry expertise and innovative solutions for IBM technology and services 1st March 2012: Phoenix IT Solutions Limited was named winner of the 2012 IBM Beacon Award for Smarter Industry: Best Industry Solution for Energy & Utilities. This honor is awarded each year to a select number of IBM Business Partners to recognize information technology excellence, commitment to skills attainment, industry knowledge and
Phoenix IT Solutions Ltd, the smart utility software and services provider, announced today that they have entered into a strategic partnership with Netinium to offer Automated Meter Reading (AMR) /Automated Metering Infrastructure (AMI) solutions for power, piped gas and water distribution companies in India and abroad. AMI is the critical component of the much touted smart grid infrastructure for next generation utilities in power, gas and water utilities. AMR forms the foundation on which utilities
Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat is the country-wide utility serving the electricity needs of Afghanistan. Kabul Electricity Division (KED) is responsible for the electricity needs for the Kabul Metropolitan Region. USAID funded Kabul Electricity Service Improvement Project’s (KESIP) main goal is to reduce electricity losses for Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) largest distribution hub (Capital Hub) in Kabul, and to rebuild the hub’s technical, commercial and human resource systems. TetraTech head the KESIP program with support
Tamil Nadu is one of the largest states in India with a population of over 62 million and Tamil Nadu Generation & Distribution Company (TANGEDCO) is the only distribution and generation company providing energy service to the entire state of Tamil Nadu. With over 20 Million consumers, this is one of the largest utilities in India and the largest R-APDRP implementation in India. R-APDRP (Restructured-Accelerated Power Development & Reforms Program) is an effort by the
Public Relations Society of India (PRSI), the national association of PR practitioners in India has declared the APEPDCL’s Eastern Power portal (www.apepdcl.gov.in) to be among the best corporate portals in India. The portal designed, developed and maintained by Phoenix has in the past been appreciated for its aesthetics and the design has been commended by the top management of APEPDCL, one of India’s top utility companies. The website has been one of the most important
The mPower™ Revenue Assurance System (RAS) that would be implemented by Phoenix at APEPDCL has a host of advantages which include standardization of billing, collection, accounting and credit control processes throughout the APEPDCL thereby reducing the daily problems related to process and data mismatch and availability of timely information for decision support. The main objectives of this project are: • Standardization of billing, collection, accounting and credit control processes throughout EPDCL by rolling out mPower™
R-APDRP (Restructured-Accelerated Power Development & Reforms Program) is an effort by the nodal agency Power Finance Corporation (PFC) under the aegis of the Ministry of Power, Govt. of India to reduce AT&C losses to lesser than 15%. Phoenix along with consortium partner Infinite Computer Solutions, Bangalore have been active in participating in the R-APDRP bids being floated for various Indian states and have been consistently scoring very high in technical ratings. Phoenix with its wide
A study – Indian Government Online-2009 – carried out by portal consultancy firm Webchutney declares the Ministry of Power’s site the best website among government sites – Hindustan Times reports. The Phoenix IT Solutions Web Services team has been working on the MoP’s site since the past 5 years in close collaboration with the ministry officials. The web services team was established as part of the major initiative to help Phoenix’s various utility clients and
Throughout the years we have exhibited consistent performance and financial stability. This fact has been affirmed by the NSIC-CRISIL rating of SE 1A for the second consecutive year. The SE 1A rating indicates ‘Highest Performance Capability and High Financial Strength’.
Phoenix has launched its utility specific ERP solution called UtiLite, addressing the enterprise needs of power utilities. UtiLite is being implemented at two sub-divisions under Jaipur Vidyut Vitaran Nigam Ltd (JVVNL), a progressive utility in the state of Rajasthan in India. The JVVNL deployment covers all the operational functions at the sub-division office working towards a paperless office. Phoenix will also provide the entire IT infrastructure and manpower to run the operations at these sub-divisions