Pepco goes live with Mobility

ATLANTA (PRNewswire) Potomac Electric Power Company (Pepco), the electric supplier for our nation’s capital, has gone live with the latest version of the Mobility software suite, giving the Washington, DC based utility the ability to optimize its mobile resources while increasing productivity and profitability.

Mobility — The Mobile Workforce Solution — a Windows NT based mobile computing solution includes automated dispatch, scheduling and automatic vehicle location (AVL). Mobility’s component architecture reduces implementation time and passes on benefits such as reduced implementation costs, reduced maintenance costs, enhanced product functionality and provides Pepco with choices and control over the final product. Pepco is currently integrating the Mobility suite to their in-house legacy CIS application with further plans to integrate their Outage Management System.

“The Mobility solution clearly demonstrates the ability to provide a scheduling and routing system that will provide immediate benefits for Pepco, and supports our commitment to superior customer service,” said Mike Maxwell, General Manger, Systems Operations at Pepco. “Mobility Scheduling will improve the overall efficiency of our dispatch operations, allowing for quicker response and more efficient use of our resources. The integrated solution will certainly differentiate Pepco in today’s market.”

“The Mobility team is very pleased with the smooth implementation of Mobility at Pepco,” commented Dennis Boyd, Mobility Vice President of Implementation. “The Pepco implementation incorporated all of the Mobility system components, using Pepco’s new radio network and integrating with Pepco’s CIS application and the new Outage Management System being installed in the near future. The success of this project is a direct result of Mobility and Pepco working as a team throughout the project.”


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