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Bit Stew Systems, Vancouver-based developer of the Grid Director smart grid analytics platform, has announced the signing of a new systems integration partner: Synaptitude Consulting, a Virginia-based enterprise and IT systems consulting services company.

The Grid Director analytics platform manages the deployment, operations and optimization of smart grids, explains Bill Reny, Bit Stew Systems' vice president of product management and marketing.

"We need partners like Synaptitude Consulting, with strong and proven expertise in both data analytics and the utility industry, in order to help our customers get the most out of the platform," says Reny. “We are also delighted to have a partner on the U.S. East Coast, where we are seeing a lot of demand for our product.”



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