PowerOneData Marketing AMI Solutions in Middle East

PowerOneData Marketing AMI Solutions in Middle East

PowerOneData International Chairman and chief executive officer Phil Nuciola, says SourceEdge “has given us a strong vote of confidence by entering into this collaboration agreement with PowerOneData International. This will hasten the market acceptance of our AMI solutions to target captive industrial markets such as large steel production companies, mining operations and military installations, where power is purchased and redistributed within a captive audience.”

Rajesh Revanka, SouceEdge chief executive officer adds: “SourceEdge is excited about PowerOneData’s strong expertise and high quality solutions in AMI Solutions and Genii software products, and sees great opportunities to promote these solutions to private and government organizations in the Middle East and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.”

PowerOneData International specializes in Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), which has been recognized for its best of breed hardware, firmware, and the Genii software; a cloud based agnostic Meter Data Management. PowerOneData provides its offerings to utilities, municipalities, and systems integrators within the energy industry around the world. For more information, visit www.p1di.com.

Based in Bangalore, India, SourceEdge Software Technologies offers services spanning across software product engineering, application development, application management, mobile application development, enterprise business solutions, business applications, and consulting. The company has a global footprint with development center at Bangalore and Sales and Customer Service centres in Hyderabad, Kolkata, New Jersey, Dubai, Belgium, and Finland catering to clients spread across the continents of Asia, America, Europe, Australia and Africa.


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