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Nexant has expanded its Nexant iEnergy cloud-based software platform, which the company says is designed to help utilities manage all demand-side management (DSM) business processes.

The company notes it has been actively deploying Nexant iEnergy to utilities across North America, providing them with a platform that includes the following:

- iEnergy DSM Central (formerly TrakSmart) provides an end-to end DSM business process management platform in a single system of record.

- iEnergy Trade Ally streamlines collaboration between utility customers, trade allies and utility program managers through an online portal.

- iEnergy Home engages consumers to take action on energy conservation and participate in utility DSM programs through demand management, equipment replacement and behavior modification.

- iEnergy Demand Response (DR) enables utility program and operations teams to manage a full range of DR initiatives, including program design, enrollment and operations; event management and forecasting; and performance and resource management.



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