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Jackson Purchase Energy Corp., a Kentucky-based electric co-op, has chosen Milsoft Utility Solutions Inc.'s outage management system (OMS), geographic information system (GIS) and field engineering solution.

"The Milsoft GIS will enable us to more conveniently and accurately create, manage and use the circuit model, system maps and facilities data that we need to plan and operate our system," says Jackson's Scott Ribble, "and the Milsoft OMS will help us identify and respond to service outages more quickly and efficiently than ever."




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