Trynzic Announces New Collaboration with Riverland Energy Cooperative

Fargo, North Dakota, USA – December 01, 2022 – Trynzic LLC, a software company dedicated to vertical IoT platforms, is pleased to announce that Riverland Energy Cooperative has selected Trynzic’s advanced platform for real-time condition monitoring and business process orchestration.

Working together, Trynzic and Riverland will demonstrate how barriers to achieving the smart grid are erased with Trynzic for Utilities, Microsoft’s Azure, and Riverland’s commitment to progress.

Scott Hayes, Manager of Energy Services at Riverland Energy Cooperative said, “With Trynzic, Riverland is applying AMI data to processes that are solving real-world business problems. The initial focus on vegetation management and voltage issues will quickly realize operational and service quality benefits –  all the while starting to fulfill the promises of the smart grid.” 

Morgan Korn, Chief Technology Officer at Trynzic said, “Riverland Energy Cooperative’s commitment to serving their community through innovation is inspiring, and we look forward to our work together. Trynzic’s SaaS platform breaks old industry paradigms about the speed of data and how data is used within business processes. We are thrilled to be able to collaborate with a forward-thinking organization like Riverland.”

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About Trynzic

Trynzic builds software that bridges the gap between smart devices and smart business processes. Trynzic for Utilities turns a never-ending stream of raw telemetry 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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About Riverland Energy Cooperative

Riverland Energy Cooperative was built by the communities we serve to deliver safe, reliable and affordable energy to our cooperative members. The co-op services 20,000 meters, with 3,412 miles of line through Buffalo, La Crosse, and Trempealeau Counties, and portions of Pepin, Jackson and Eau Claire Counties.

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