Three-Fourths of Large Utilities Will Buy Goods And Services Over Internet by 2002

Just as the Internet is changing energy companies’ approach to customers, it is impacting the internal processes of every department at virtually every energy provider. Shifting processes like purchasing, field management, human resources, document management–and practically everything else–to the Web boosts productivity by removing steps, expediting the chain of events, making information more accessible, and giving employees more control. Vendors are almost frantically developing new versions of software based on Internet technology to take advantage of these rewards, and utilities are rushing to “e-enable” their business processes.

HARRISBURG, Pa.–Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary James Seif called new clean-air regulations approved recently by the Environmental Quality Board (EQB) “a major milestone in Pennsylvania’s efforts to reduce ozone pollution.”

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