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Oracle Utilities has announced the new releases of its meter data management (MDM) and customer care and billing solutions.

The company says Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management 2.1 helps utilities reduce implementation time with new capabilities for the advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) transition process and enhanced service order generation based on detection of conditions that require further investigation.

According to the company, its Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing 2.4 enables utilities to offer integrated program management, more net energy metering options and prepaid metering for AMI.

"Oracle Utilities is committed to providing solutions with new business features and enhanced technical architecture that will help position utilities for success today and the future, while increasing flexibility and reducing the total implementation cost," says Rodger Smith, senior vice president and general manager of Oracle Utilities.




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