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Info Session: Spida Software

Info Session: Spida Software

Led by industry and product experts, they present an opportunity to learn more about products and services that interest you.

Info sessions at the 2016 IEEE PES T&D Conference & Expo are brought to you by exhibiting companies and generally focus on their products and services. Led by industry and product experts, they present an opportunity to learn more about products and services that interest you. Many more sessions will be added prior to May; visit www.ieeet-d.org for updates.

SPIDA Software’s Info-Session on May 4, 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.,
Room D227 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center

Session Title: SPIDA® Software’s Strategic Management of Utility Structure Data

Description: SPIDA Software’s Structure Management System focuses exclusively on engineering and asset management within a central platform allowing utilities to store and manage all available structure data scattered across a utility.

Speaker: Brett Willitt, Vice President, SPIDA Software

Speaker Bio: Brett Willitt, Vice President of SPIDA Software, has been with SPIDA for over seven years and has twenty-one years of experience in the telecommunication and electric utility industries.  Mr. Willitt’s primary roles are to provide guidance to the SPIDA organization while spearheading company growth strategies, interacting with customers and working with partners to expand SPIDA’s position in the industry.  His industry awareness and expertise places him at the forefront of the industry and positions SPIDA to stay one step ahead. Mr. Willitt has contributed significantly to the growth and success of SPIDA, which now serves over 200 clients and over 1,500 users.

Brett lives in Buffalo, NY with his wife, Carrie, and three children.

 

 

 

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