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Herndon, Va.-based Apex CoVantage and Ontario-based Cam Pro Utility Solutions have announced the formation of an alliance to service the Canadian smart grid and utility services markets.

The alliance, doing business under the Apex banner, will offer a solution to Canadian utilities seeking to implement smart grid projects by combining Apex's ProField technology with Cam Pro's operational experience gained over two decades of serving Canadian utilities.

According to Apex, its ProField mobile workforce management system covers asset management, training and certification, remote management of field operations, fault-resistant workflows and real-time reporting.

"This alliance furthers Apex's global strategy of bringing ProField to the global utility market in partnership with local services companies," says Shashi Gupta, Apex's CEO. "This strategy gives utilities access to the best field services solution by combining best-of-class technology with local knowledge and expertise."



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