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[October 28, 2013]

Nexant Launches RevenueManager On-Demand

SAN FRANCISCO --(Business Wire)--

Nexant announced today that it has launched RevenueManager® On-Demand-the industry's leading retail billing solution now available through Software as a Service (SaaS (News - Alert))-providing emerging energy retailers a simple "pay as you grow" pricing model.

Nexant RevenueManager On-Demand offers all the capabilities of RevenueManager enterprise edition currently serving millions of accounts globally. RevenueManager On-Demand enables retailers to focus o marketing and customer acquisition avoiding the cost of investing in IT infrastructure and support. Nexant provides a turnkey solution including software configuration, application testing with an EDI provider, and training.

"It is great to see continued innovation by companies like Nexant that allow retailers to reduce operations costs and improve efficiency so they can offer better value to the consumer," said Craig Goodman, President of the National Energy Marketers Association.

RevenueManager On-Demand pricing begins at $24K annually.

ABOUT NEXANT

Nexant offers a comprehensive suite of best-in-class services and software designed to transform utility business processes and implement smart grid and demand management initiatives. Over the last decade, it has been developing and commercializing technology solutions-such as Nexant iEnergy®, Nexant Grid360™, Nexant iHedge®, and Nexant RevenueManager®-enabling utilities, power producers, and retailers to improve operational and financial efficiency, reduce risk, and enhance customer engagement across the energy value chain. Nexant is headquartered in San Francisco, California and operates from 32 corporate, representative, and project offices located throughout the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.


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