POWER Engineers, Incorporated (POWER) and Survalent, a provider of advanced distribution management system (ADMS) software, have announced a formal partnership expanding the options available to POWER clients seeking innovative and reliable grid modernization solutions.
“As a System Integrator partner with Survalent, POWER can implement and integrate SurvalentONE ADMS’s full range of solutions to our customers while helping them plan for grid modernization,” said Nathan Bingham, POWER’s director of strategy and technology. “We are thrilled to share our growing list of solution options that will continue to help us meet our customers’ broad range of needs.”
SurvalentONE’s fully integrated ADMS platform efficiently integrates, manages, and processes data from a broad array of sources, and is known for increasing safety, improving reliability, and decreasing outage durations for utilities at a reasonable cost, making it suitable for cooperatives, municipalities, and other small-to-large utility organizations.
The partnership will offer a new set of grid modernization options to POWER customers who seek to monitor, analyze, restore, or optimize their operations. As a system integrator, POWER helps utilities with grid modernization efforts by building integrated enterprise solutions that include ADMS platforms like SurvalentONE and GIS platforms such as Esri’s new ArcGIS Enterprise, ArcGIS Pro, and Utility Network. By using the SurvalentONE ADMS platform, utilities and other organizations can reduce costs and increase network reliability, operational efficiencies, and customer satisfaction.
"We're excited to welcome POWER into our program. Together, we'll be able to help more utilities deliver reliable, high-quality power at a low total cost of ownership," said Barb McLatchie, director, channel partners, who oversees Survalent’s partner programs. “Survalent’s multi-tier Partner Program was designed to give access to more resources and a strong collaboration between our teams, something that will only become more important as our national and international clients work on their grid and infrastructure modernization plans so important to energy efficiency and climate goals.”