Trynzic to Present on the Future of AMI Data at Two Upcoming Utility Industry Events

Fargo, North Dakota, USA – August 09, 2022 – Trynzic LLC, an AMI and IoT utilities software company, will be presenting at two upcoming industry events – The TVPPA Engineering, Operations & Technology Conference and UMMA’s 2022 Summer Meeting – exploring how modern data processing and software tools are helping utilities harness near real-time AMI data in new ways.

On August 11, 2022, at the TVPPA Engineering, Operations & Technology Conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Maxwell Wright (Energy & Utilities), will be giving a presentation on “The End of Enterprise Data Silos.”

In addition, on August 12, 2022, at UMMA’s 2022 Summer Meeting in Arnold Park, Iowa, Jim Murray, Regional Sales Director, will be speaking on the topic of unlocking the full promise of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI).

Both sessions will cover the current state of AMI in today’s utilities. Then will move to the challenges of capturing value from the AMI data stream and breaking down data silos between teams in a utility organization.

“We’re thrilled for both Maxwell and Jim as they spread the messages of a utility business informed by near real-time AMI data,” said CTO Morgan Korn. “Getting our message in front of utility organizations at these conferences is a key first step in our mission to fully unlock digital transformation in the utility industry.”

For more information on both of these events please visit the event page for the TVPPA event and the UMMA event.

About Trynzic

Tynzic bridges the gap between advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and traditional business processes to help utilities providers deliver a completely new kind of service experience. Trynzic’s IoT software platform is used by utility distributors to turn never-ending streams of raw, smart meter data into polished, predictive business workflows. Built on Microsoft Azure, Trynzic’s software platform combines event-driven architecture and serverless computing to give providers an affordable way to process, prioritize and respond to utility issues like outages or equipment failures in real-time.

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