Fargo, North Dakota, USA – April 19, 2023 – Trynzic LLC, a software development company dedicated to empowering Smart Utilities, will attend and speak at the American Public Power Association Engineering & Operations Conference.
The APPA Engineering & Operations Conference takes place from April 30 to May 3 at the Pasadena Conference Center in Pasadena, CA. The event is billed as “the conference of choice for public power officials charged with designing, developing, and maintaining the nation’s electric system.”
The Trynzic team will exhibit their solution Trynzic for Utilities, for the entire conference from Booth 320.
Trynzic for Utilities overcomes obstacles inhibiting digital advancements within utilities. With Trynzic, grid operators can say, “Current grid conditions inform my business processes.” This is the definition of the Smart Utility.
Trynzic will host a breakout session titled “Enable Data-Driven Processes with AMI” during the event on May 2 at 10:30 am. The session – led by Jeremy Indridason, Principle Program Manager at Trynzic, and Keith Hogan, Project Engineer at Huntsville Utilities – will walk through Huntsville Utilities’ digital transformation partnership with Trynzic. This includes how the team approached data on the heels of their AMI meter rolled out and how they adopted a vision for seeking and realizing the value within their new streams of high-velocity data.
“We’re thrilled to be attending this year’s APPA Engineering and Operations Conference,” said Morgan Korn, Chief Technology Officer at Trynzic. “This event is another key conference for us as we look to help more utilities pursue ‘Smart Utility’ strategies. The breakout session hosted by Jeremy and Keith will be an exciting opportunity for us to show how our platform helps utilities see immediate improvements while laying the digital foundation for electrification, energy transition, DER, and more.”
For more information on the APPA Conference, visit their website to view the entire program of events and register.
Trynzic brings new thinking and new software that springboards grid operators into the intelligent business processes the future demands. Trynzic for Utilities turns a never-ending stream of raw data into polished, predictive business workflows. Built on Microsoft Azure, Trynzic’s software platform combines streaming-data application architecture with serverless cloud computing to give providers an affordable way to process, prioritize and respond to all grid anomalies.
For more information, visit trynzic.com.