Trynzic to Exhibit at the TechAdvantage Expo 2023, Booth 606

Fargo, North Dakota, USA – March 01, 2023 – Trynzic LLC, a software development company dedicated to empowering Smart Utilities building the Smart Grid, will be exhibiting at TechAdvantage Expo from March 6-8 at the Music City Center in Nashville, TN.

The TechAdvantage Expo is the leading technology event for electric co-op professionals. Trynzic team will be at Booth 606 exhibiting their “system of systems” software solution, Trynzic for Utilities.

Trynzic for Utilities is a cloud-generation software platform that represents a paradigm shift in electric cooperatives’ abilities to harness and master their data asset. Providing a breadth of new capabilities, the platform enables utility business processes to be informed by current grid conditions, which is the beginning of the Smart Utility.

“The energy industry is experiencing unprecedented changes, which means fulfilling the vision of the Smart Grid is more important now than ever. That’s exactly why we’re thrilled to bring our transformative message to the co-op professionals at TechAdvantage,” said Morgan Korn, Chief Technology Officer at Trynzic. “Trynzic for Utilities will play a key role in how electric co-ops can deal with present and future change, including electrification, DERs, and supply chain constraints. We’re looking forward to bringing this solution to the industry and joining insightful discussions about the Smart Grid with fellow innovators.”

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About Trynzic

Trynzic builds software that bridges the gap between current operating paradigms and the smart business processes the future calls for. 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 event-driven architecture and serverless computing to give providers an affordable way to process, prioritize and respond to a multitude of grid anomalies.

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