Fargo, North Dakota, USA – March 31, 2023 – Trynzic LLC, a software development company dedicated to empowering Smart Utilities building the Smart Grid, will be attending and speaking at the UA Summit, taking place in Kansas City, MO from April 4 – 6.
Debuting a new format this year, the UA Summit features collaborative discussion forums and roundtables led by leading utility industry practitioners and solution providers. The Trynzic team will be featured during the “Lightning Talk” session at 1 pm on Wednesday, April 5th.
Trynzic’s Lightning Talk presentation, “When Lightning Strikes: An Overload Story” will tell the soon-to-be true tale of The Grids’ electrification challenges and surprises. This talk will be led by Trynzic team members, Jeremy Indridason Principle, Program Manager, and April Dennis, Director, Inside Sales.
Trynzic for Utilities is a cloud-generation software platform that represents a paradigm shift in any utility’s ability to harness and master their data asset. Providing a breadth of new capabilities, the platform synchronizes data and business processes in real time, which is the beginning of the Smart Utility.
“Our team is eager to participate in this year’s UA Summit,” said Morgan Korn, Chief Technology Officer at Trynzic. “UA Summit is an excellent conference for any utility who wants to learn from peers and share ideas. We’re thrilled that April and Jeremy will be presenting at this conference, and we look forward to the many productive discussions to come.”
For more information on the UA Summit, visit their website to view the full program of events and register.
Trynzic builds software that bridges the gap between current operating paradigms and the smart 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 event-driven architecture and serverless computing to give providers an affordable way to process, prioritize and respond to a multitude of grid anomalies.
For more information, visit trynzic.com.