Southeastern Illinois Electric Cooperative, already a user of Milsoft Engineering Analysis, Outage Management and IVR Communications, has completed its Milsoft E&O System with the addition of the Milsoft GIS and FE.
“This will enable us to create, manage and use the circuit model and facilities data that are necessary for us to plan and operate our system reliably and economically,” said Engineering Manager Eric Jung, “and its integration with the Milsoft E&O System will help us to maximize our productivity, efficiency and effectiveness.”
Milsoft GIS software is used by some 150 electric utilities and consulting firms for electric utility mapping and asset data management. The powerful yet easy to use software incorporates a detailed electric network circuit model and is fully integrated with ESRI GIS tools. Milsoft GIS provides the data capture, management and display capabilities that a utility needs to maximize the benefits of using GIS. Milsoft’s excellence in customer service and support is legendary.
Southeastern Illinois Electric Cooperative, Inc. is a member-owned, non-profit service organization whose mission is to provide its member-owners with competitively-priced, reliable electricity, superior customer service and innovative solutions to enhance the quality of life in our communities. Founded in 1938 for the purpose of making electricity available to rural areas, the cooperative has grown steadily and now serves over 23,000 accounts through some 3,500 miles of power line in 10 counties in southeastern Illinois.
Also, Santee Electric Cooperative, Inc. in South Carolina has chosen the Milsoft Geographic Information and Outage Management Systems.
Santee Electric Cooperative, Inc. currently uses Milsoft’s Engineering Analysis and IVR Communications. Their Mapping Project Engineer Christie Dyson said, “Milsoft’s OMS and GIS, including the operations data management and project management capabilities of the E&O System, will enable us to better manage the data that we need for system planning and operations as well as improve our response to service outages to better serve our customers.”
Santee Electric Cooperative, Inc., headquartered in Kingstree, South Carolina, serves over 40,000 consumer accounts through more than 5,000 miles of lines within parts of Clarendon, Florence, Georgetown and Williamsburg counties in South Carolina.