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Quanta Technology and Enspiria Solutions Announce Expanded Alliance

Quanta Technology, LLC and Enspiria Solutions, Inc., have announced the expansion of their strategic alliance. The two companies have been collaborating for the past year to provide clients with a depth of expertise in power transmission and distribution.

“Our strategic alliance uniquely positions both Quanta Technology and Enspiria Solutions to offer a comprehensive set of solutions for electric power T&D business and operations,” said Damir Novosel, president of Quanta Technology. “Our combined expertise enables our clients to boost the business performance of the utility enterprise, enhance customer service, improve system reliability, security and power quality, and increase energy efficiency while laying the foundation for a utility and smart grid of the future.”

“To further our expanded partnership, Hahn Tram — formerly executive consultant at Enspiria — has transitioned to Quanta Technologies as vice president of Enterprise Solutions,” said Chip Scott, president of Enspiria Solutions. “I look forward to the continued strengthening of our relationship with Quanta Technology as the proven track record of both companies is leveraged to provide our clients with a foundation for optimizing and managing their strategic initiatives as well as daily operations.”

Hahn Tram has 30 years of experience in successfully developing and deploying integrated information, engineering and automation technology solutions for electric utilities in the United States and worldwide. His recent achievements include the development of solutions for smart grid applications, advanced metering and demand response infrastructures, asset management, field force enablement and automation, and customer care for numerous utilities in North America.

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