Itron hosts meter data management seminar Thursday

Itron will host a free demonstration of its Enterprise Edition Meter Data Management solution at 10 am PST, Thur., Sept. 8. The demonstration will focus on strategies for implementing a centralized meter data management system, how such a system interacts with multiple metering technologies and data applications, and the benefits that meter data management can supply to employees, customers, and shareholders...

SPOKANE, WA, Sept. 6, 2005 -- Itron Inc. will host a free demonstration of its Enterprise Edition Meter Data Management solution at 10 a.m. PST, Thur., Sept. 8. The demonstration will focus on strategies for implementing a centralized meter data management system, how such a system interacts with multiple metering technologies and data applications, and the benefits that meter data management can supply to employees, customers, and shareholders.

Utilities today may have tens or even hundreds of thousands, or millions of meters from multiple manufacturers generating data that's gathered in multiple ways. Those that distribute multiple products -- electricity, water, natural gas -- or serve a diverse service area may already have multiple types of meter reading solutions. Ideally, utilities would have one simple way to collate and analyze all meter data for forecasting, planning, energy delivery, maintenance and more, enabling them to be more reliable, profitable, and competitive. Meter data management solutions provide these mission-critical functionalities to utilities.

To register for the seminar, please visit: www.itron.com/ems/knowledge.

Itron (www.itron.com) is a leading technology provider and critical source of knowledge to the global energy and water industries. Nearly 3,000 utilities worldwide rely on Itron's award-winning technology to provide the knowledge they require to optimize the delivery and use of energy and water. Itron creates value for its clients by providing industry-leading solutions for electricity metering; meter data collection; energy information management; demand response; load forecasting, analysis and consulting services; distribution system design and optimization; web-based workforce automation; and enterprise and residential energy management

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