Itron offers MetrixND 4.0 webinar July 22 and July 29

SPOKANE, Wash., July 16, 2004 – Itron Inc. announced that it will host two free sebinars focusing on Itron’s MetrixND® 4.0, the latest version of the energy industry’s most powerful and versatile forecasting tool.

Itron forecasting experts will host the webinars, focusing on the functionality and simplicity of building and analyzing forecasting models in MetrixND 4.0, the versatility of the product for solving any energy forecasting issue, with an eye on improved accuracy and efficiency translating to maximizing profit and mitigating risk for energy forecasters.

“Accurate forecasts provide the foundation for daily operations, market planning and risk management for a variety of market participants,” said Frank Monforte, Itron’s vice president of forecasting. “We’re constantly improving our solutions so companies can reduce operational risks associated with forecasting energy needs. This tool empowers forecasters and utilities with fast and accurate information to make informed business decisions.”

The first webinar will be held at 2 pm EST (11 am PST) on July 22. The second webinar will be held at noon EST (9 am PST). To register, call 800-755-9585 or go to This site also contains a flash demonstration and several case studies.

About Itron

Itron is a leading technology provider and critical source of knowledge to the global energy and water industries. More than 3,000 utilities worldwide rely on Itron technology to deliver the knowledge they require to optimize the delivery and use of energy and water. Itron delivers value to its clients by providing industry-leading solutions for electricity metering, meter data collection, energy information management, demand side management and response, load forecasting, analysis and consulting services, transmission and distribution system design and optimization, Web-based workforce automation, commercial and industrial customer care and residential energy management. To know more, start here:

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