Neptune joins Azteca Cityworks Strategic Development Partner Program

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TALLASSEE, AL, June 5, 2014 -- Neptune Technology Group, a provider of innovative meter reading and metering technologies, has joined Azteca's Cityworks Strategic Development Partner Program.

The inclusion of Neptune into the Cityworks partner program provides a powerful level of support for Neptune's advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) system events such as reverse flow, inactive usage and leak alerts.

These AMI events can now trigger automated workflows and field action via the Cityworks platform, providing for intelligent and cost-effective inspection, monitoring and condition assessment for all of Neptune's meter- and sensor-related infrastructure.

See also: "Neptune welcomes new companies to Connected Utility Partnership Program"


About Neptune

Neptune Technology Group Inc. is a pioneer in the development of automatic meter reading (AMR) and advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) technologies for more than 50 years. Since 1892 Neptune has continually focused on the evolving needs of utilities – revenue optimization, operational efficiencies, and improved customer service. The company offers a fully integrated migration path for its utility customers to meet their needs now and in the future. For additional information, please visit the company website at www.neptunetg.com.

About Azteca Systems

Since 1996, Cityworks® has been streamlining the way agencies manage public infrastructure and property by combining the asset geodatabase with the business logic of agencies that care for infrastructure and property. An authoritative resource and system of record, Cityworks elevates Esri®’s ArcGIS® Location Platform specifically to manage workflow, schedule resources and prioritize activities -- saving time and improving operational efficiencies. For more information, visit www.cityworks.com.

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