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TMCNet:  SUS Joins Green Button Connect My Data

[September 06, 2013]

SUS Joins Green Button Connect My Data

LOS ANGELES --(Business Wire)--

Smart Utility Systems (SUS), a leading provider of mobile solutions and advisory services to the Utility Industry is pleased to announce its inclusion in the Green Button Connect My Data program. The SCM™- Smart Customer Mobile and SCP™ - Smart Customer Portal application has been developed to work with customer energy use data downloaded from the San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) Green Button tool.

Ken Roberts, Director of Sales and Marketing at SUS notes,"The Green Button Connect program is a perfect fit for our SCM™ & SCP™ applications. Through a simple registration process, we can offer San Diego Utility residential customers graphical insight to their energy usage patterns thus giving them the ability to alter their consumption activities. We look forward to expanding Smart Customers Mobile™ & Portal™ capabilities with Green Button Connect My Data".

Through SCM™ - Smart Customer Mobile & SCP™ - Smart Customer Portal application, San Diego utility residential customers are able to monitor teir electricity usage as well as communicate directly with the utility via the Connect Me module.

SCM™ - Smart Customer Mobile
Smart Customer Mobile™ is an industry leading Customer Engagement Mobile & Portal platform to provide true value of Smart Grid investments.

Lance Brown, Vice President of Customer Service Solutions at SUS notes, "SUS Smart Customer Mobile (SCM™) is an easy to use interactive, automated and integrated mobile application. SCM™ allows and provides customers the ability to communicate and control their individual utility needs. SCM™'s twelve distinct modules provides account information, bill payment capability, usage information and control, smart home connection and control and valuable two-way outage and service related information, among many other capabilities. SCM™ can be used on virtually any handheld device. SCM™ is the industry's leading and most integrated mobile solution."

Smart Utility Systems

Smart Utility Systems is the leader in products, solutions and services to accelerate return on smart grid investments for the energy and utility sector. SUS offers Hardware, Smart Software Solutions and Consulting & Advisory Services to major Energy & Utilities to support their Smart Grid initiatives like SCP™ - Smart Customer Portal, SMW™ - Smart Mobile Workforce, Cyber and Physical Security, SAB™ - Smart Analytics + Big Data, SCM™ - Smart Customer Mobile, and SMG™ - Smart MicroGrid. SUS continues to lead the industry with innovative solutions that can reside within the cloud or clients IT infrastructure.

Disclaimer: SDG&E does not endorse or warrant the accuracy or reliability of this product, or the information provided by using this app and is not liable in connection with the use of such product or any information derived or generated using such product.

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