September 23, 2020

Utegration MeterData4UTM 110_600 Achieves SAP Certified Integration with SAP NetWeaver® to Simplify Smart Metering for Utilities

Solution features streamlined architecture that enables improved billing timeliness and more efficient customer-facing processes

 

Houston, TX – September 23, 2020 – Utegration LLC announced today that its MeterData4U version 110_600, a CIS-embedded Meter Data Management (MDM) solution, has achieved SAP certified integration with the SAP NetWeaver® technology platform by the SAP® Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC).

MeterData4U 110_600 enables utilities running SAP Energy Data Management and SAP Advanced Metering Infrastructure (SAP AMI Integration for Utilities) to implement smart metering using a two-tier approach. Compared with a traditional three-tier approach, this model reduces the technological footprint by removing the need for a separate MDM solution.

This architecture enables a holistic view of metering, billing and customer data sets providing unparalleled insight into day-to-day operational challenges as well as cutting edge analytical capabilities. Customer-facing representatives are empowered to resolve customer inquiries quickly and efficiently without moving between systems or engaging in manual processes.

MeterData4U CIS-embedded MDM simplifies the roll out and maintenance of smart metering leveraging SAP Energy Data Management and SAP AMI Integration for Utilities via the following features:

  • Flexible rules engine allows validation of incoming read and interval data from Head End System (HES)
  • Estimation rules engine addresses missing or invalid reads before they cause billing delays
  • Increased data precision by eliminating synchronization requirements between MDM and the SAP for Utilities solution
  • Native integration to SAP field operations for efficient field dispatch
  • Real-time processing engine for field metering events and alerts

“With MeterData4U 110_600, this two-tier approach has finally been delivered in a commercially available product,” said Henry Bailey, EVP and Chief Strategy Officer at Utegration. “Our team of experts has taken years of AMI experience working with legacy MDM systems and created a state-of-the-art solution that leverages the power of SAP integration to help utilities operate more simply and efficiently.”

 About Utegration
Utegration, an SAP silver partner, is a full-service consulting and solution provider specializing in analytics and SAP technology for the utilities industry. Our industry experts have earned the trust of electric, gas, water and wastewater utilities across North America with our outcome-driven roadmaps and a track record of successful implementations. Utegration builds and optimizes new technology for finance, regulatory, customer management and asset operations to maximize our clients’ return on investment, while minimizing risk and complexity. Before you implement new technology, talk to Utegration. See how we can make the future work for you. Learn more at www.utegration.com

MeterData4U is a trademark of Utegration LLC and is available as part of the Utegration Utility4U platform.

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