Enzen Global comes up with billing solution for power cos.
Bangalore, May 14 (UNI) Power Supply companies across the country will soon have an opportunity to test out a new integrated solution, ''meter to cash,'' to enable them provide bills to consumers using internet linked to handheld devices.
Looked as a boon to power utilities facing heavy transmission and distribution losses, the integrated solution was being developed and hosted by fledgling Enzen Global Solutions, a technology enabler in the enterprise space, started in February by a group of ex-Wiproites.
Offering software as service, the company aimed at spreading the new concept across the country and take it to other countries.
A strong believer in its core competencies, Enzen Global Solutions had tied up with a dutch firm, Closed Gap, to deliver the solution and was in discussions with some of the Electricity Supply Companies (ESCOMs) to implement the project. The rollout would happen by mid June, Enzen Global Solutions CEO Satish Kumar told UNI in an interview.
Stating that Enzen would initially focus on consulting for energy and utilities, besides emission trading, he said it's solution would plug revenue leakage, besides providing a view on distribution and consumption patterns.
He said the company would itself host the server for which the ESCOMs would not have to make any upfront investment and go through the hazzles of IT investments and training necessary manpower. Besides, consumers would be in a position to pay their bills through the internet itself without any problem.
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