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Sensus is partnering with utility software provider Harris Computer Systems to integrate its advanced metering infrastructure and distribution automation solutions with Harris' utility software solutions.

The Harris utility applications that are now available to Sensus customers offer an integrated suite of software solutions for meter data management, asset management and consumer engagement, the companies explain, adding that the modular and scalable suite is designed for quick deployment and is priced to suit the needs of small and midsized electric, gas and water utilities.

"Through this partnership, Sensus can provide small and midsized utilities with a comprehensive solution that's scaled for immediate needs and enables them to address future requirements," says Matthew Zafuto, vice president of corporate strategy and global business development for Sensus.


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