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Versify Solutions Inc., a provider of business intelligence software services for the power industry, has signed a six-year licensing contract with Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) to provide an advanced software solution to address upcoming California Independent System Operator-mandated outage management and dispatch requirements.

Under the licensing agreement, Versify will provide its V-PERFORMANCE software suite, including Outage Management, Event Management and Performance Reporting, as part of a large implementation across PG&E's entire generation asset base.

According to Versify, its V-PERFORMANCE solution will help enable PG&E to more effectively manage generator outages, operate and dispatch its generation fleet, conduct compliance reporting and schedule plant maintenance projects.

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