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Harris Utilities has unveiled the newest version of its MeterSense meter data management solution.

Upgraded to help utilities collect data faster and serve more customers, the new MeterSense imports, cleanses and validates data up to seven times faster than previous releases, according to Harris.

The company says the updated solution also includes an enhanced user interface for ease of operations, configurable dashboards to improve workflows, streamlined customer service views for better access to account profiles, and improved reporting capabilities for further information analysis.

“By providing more accurate data in near-real time, the new MeterSense gives utilities the intelligence they need to respond to meter events, make better-informed operational decisions and present usage data to consumers quicker than ever before,” says Norm Daigle, executive vice president of Harris Utilities SmartWorks.




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