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CenterPoint Energy Leverages ELA

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Monday, March 31st 2014


-TC Technology announces CenterPoint Energy expands use of their ELA to include more comprehensive field data collection efforts required to support the imminent implementation of their advanced distribution management system.

CenterPoint Energy, headquartered in Houston, Texas, is a domestic energy delivery company that includes electric transmission and distribution, natural gas distribution, competitive natural gas sales and services, interstate pipelines and field services operations.

CenterPoint Energy's electric delivery company is using the MIMS Field offering GO! Sync to collect additional information as a result of research areas identified during a two-year phasing data capture project that also used TC Technology's ELA. For this current project, field resources create sketches using mobile GIS software tailored to efficiently record phase data, connectivity, and other information about electric network assets. Major benefits include automating workflow and improving the completeness and accuracy of GIS for use in mission critical business systems. now!

About TC Technology
TC Technology delivers more than powerful intuitive mapping. Our products empower organizations to recognize the advantages of mobile workforce management. Field workers benefit from real time job information on the latest maps while operations benefit from boosts in productivity. Affordable, quick to deploy and easy to use, TC Technology's products are right for any sized organization. Products include MIMS and GO! Sync Mobile GIS. www.tctechnology.com

For More Information Contact:
Carrie Turner
(760) 929 8345 x111
marketing@tctechnology.com
Twitter: @tct_mims 

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