Indus Expands its Role at Southern California Edison.
Robert W. Felton, CEO and President of The Indus Group, complimented his team and the project team at SCE Hydro saying, "This kind of continuing customer relationship is indicative of the trust that our clients are putting in our products and services. The enthusiasm that exists on both teams for implementation of these solutions underscores the confidence in the product, the people who will be working together, and the benefits that will be derived from this project."
Southern California Edison is the host company for this year's International PassPort User Conference (IPUG) beginning September 30. Larry Hamlin, Vice President of Power Production, will be the lead speaker, opening the conference with his welcome address. He will be followed by Ken Blanchard, author of The One Minute Manager and other books on effective management in today's work environments, who has been invited to IPUG as the keynote speaker.
The Indus Group develops, markets, and supports a proprietary line of enterprise management software and implementation services for process industry customers worldwide. Taking advantage of the client/server model of networked computing, PassPort Software Solutions contain "best business practices" which serve as the catalyst for improving core business functions for electric utilities, oil and gas, chemical refining, forest products, and steel producing industries. ABACUS, The Indus Group's proprietary methodology, accelerates the realization of benefits by delivering a reliable cost and time-efficient approach to implementation across the enterprise. -0-
Note to Editors: INDUS, PassPort Software Solutions, ABACUS, PORTAL/G, PORTAL/95 and VIEWPORT are trademarks of The Indus Group, Inc.
CONTACT: The Indus Group
Suzanne Bouldoukian, 415/904-5000
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