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PowerOneData International Inc., an Arizona-based provider of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), automated smart meters and its Genii meter data management system (MDMS), says it is collaborating with India-based IT provider SourceEdge Software Technologies in the Middle East and Saudi Arabia.

Under the partnership, the companies will work to market PowerOneData's AMI solutions and Genii MDMS software products in the regions.

"SourceEdge is excited about PowerOneData's strong expertise and high-quality solutions in AMI solutions and Genii software products, and sees great opportunities to promote these solutions to private and government organizations in the Middle East and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia," says Rajesh M.R., CEO of SourceEdge.



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