Orga Systems, a leading software vendor for real-time charging and billing solutions, and EDMI Limited, one of the leading smart energy solutions providers, have announced an agreement to form a global partnership to develop and sell integrated solutions for utility smart grid systems. The companies aim to fully integrate their software and hardware, ensuring total ease of use for the end customer.
Key Offering for Utility Companies based on proven Smart Meter Track Records
"We are delighted to join forces with EDMI and believe that our OS.Energy solution, combined with EDMI’s innovative and technologically advanced energy meters and smart energy solutions will form a key offering for smart utility companies,” said Atreya Chaganty, Vice President Business Strategy Development at Orga Systems. “Offering a full suite of smart payment solutions operating seamlessly with the complete range of EDMI hardware and software, will provide Utility companies with significant economies of scale regarding integration and ease of deployment.”
EDMI’s metering portfolio includes a comprehensive range of premium quality meter products, communications equipment and supporting software systems. With over 20 years’ experience of manufacturing smart meters and millions of EDMI smart meters installed worldwide, EDMI’s products are giving utility operators the confidence of working hand in hand with a company with a proven track record.
“We are excited about the opportunity to offer our customers a total end to end solution, now including Orga Systems’ proven dynamic energy billing and prepayment solutions,” said Andrew Thomas, Executive Vice President of Smart Solutions, at EDMI. “We are looking forward to exploring joint opportunities with Orga Systems in every market we operate, especially in Asia and Australia. Our business development teams are already closely aligned and we believe the cultural fit between the organizations and commitment to the partner model is already proving to be a winning formula as far as the end customer is concerned.”