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Herndon, Va.-based Apex CoVantage says that by utilizing ProField, its proprietary solution for workforce management, the company finished installing 270,000 smart meters for Vermont utility Green Mountain Power (GMP) four months ahead of schedule.

Apex reports that by tapping into ProField's customizable features and adaptive programming, it was able to create workflows, Web applications and KPI dashboards specific to the project's requirements.

According to the company, when GMP changed its CIS/billing system mid-deployment, Apex was able to quickly integrate with the new system. Apex adds that ProField enabled it to modify routes and workflows to circumvent hurricanes, blizzards and flooding.


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