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Power Settlements announces that we will be attending two conferences in the month of October 2013. In both conferences, Power Settlements is a sponsor and will have a vendor booth where we will be demonstrating the SettleCore system. This will be a great opportunity for prospective companies to view the SettleCore system and to speak with our subject matter experts. Additionally, Power Settlements President, David Dan, will be presenting at the EUCI conference on the topic “Lessons Learned for Processing Large Volumes of data for Settlements and Validations”. If you plan to attend either event we look forward to meeting with you. If you plan to attend the EUCI conference in particular, we have a special link that will provide a discount on the company registration. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Request for Discounted EUCI Registration” and we will provide you the link with the discounted registration.
EUCI: Software System Integration for ISO/RTO Markets – Leading Practices re: Scheduling, Settlements, IT and Business Performance Systems (October 17 and 18, 2013)
Synopsis: “As the bidding, scheduling, and settlements processes in North America’s ISO/RTO markets have grown increasingly sophisticated and complex, market participants and others involved in the markets have witnessed the need to draw their data management, process systems and IT support groups in to their world.”
These support requirements include the need to improve data management, maximize system performance and responsiveness, accelerate transaction process flows and settlements, streamline business processes, improve flexibility in responding to market signals and accommodate new challenges related to the proliferation of bidding increments.
This conference looks hard at the change management drivers, software and system performance measures, and business process enhancements that make a difference in the highly competitive ISO bidding arena. It draws heavily on case studies and examples from users and market participants on how they are bringing their colleagues together to overcome settlement challenges. And it offers insights into how market participants are flexing their own systems to maximize efficiencies and profits.”
More information can be found at: https://www.euci.com/pdf/1013-iso-software.pdf
CAISO Symposium (October 23 and 24, 2013)
Synopsis: “The California ISO Stakeholder Symposium 5.0 continues in 2013 as one of the largest gatherings of energy executives in the West. Last year, the Symposium attracted a sold-out crowd with nearly 600 attendees. Energy executives, policymakers and the ISO Board of Governors gather for the fifth annual event to talk about the major energy issues in the West that affect the planning and operation of the transmission grid and market – and all in an informal setting that promotes idea exchanges in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.”
More information can be found at: http://www.caiso.com/informed/Pages/MeetingsEvents/PublicForums/Default.aspx