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The Value of a Proof of Concept Project in C/ETRM

Post by admin on March 1, 2018

In one of our previous Blogs we wrote that operating in an environment where flexibility at a lower cost is required, this means a different type of technology solution and implementation is a necessary change for the future of C/ETRM. Next generation C/ETRM solutions from pioneering vendors can deliver on those requirements where legacy system and vendors cannot. For that reason, such solutions end up on the short-list after elaborate use case-based demonstrations. While users are very excited about the innovative functionality they have seen, companies sometimes may hesitate to get out of their comfort zone. For such companies there is a post-demo approach to further assess the viability of a solution for solving their business needs: the value of a Project of Concept Project in C/ETRM!

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Discover Pioneer’s ETRM software solution –
Energy Risk Directory

Post by admin on November 8, 2012

Pioneer News and Announcements

energy_survey logo 2012-resized-600.jpgThis month at Pioneer:

  • View our profile in Energy Risk’s 2012 Directory
  • Review our Survey Recognitions
  • New whitepaper coming soon!

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Gas Pipeline EBB Automated Scheduling Solutions – ETRM Software

Post by admin on September 24, 2012

logoTwo basic approaches exist for automating gas scheduling and nominations to interstate pipeline electronic bulletin boards, or EBB’s: 1. A flat-file upload which typically requires a scheduler to login to the EBB and then upload a file. Or 2. EDI adapters that are designed to fully automate the scheduling process with a two-way EBB communication featuring no manual intervention. Note: For no manual intervention, a company’s energy trading & risk management, or ETRM system must be integrated with the scheduling EDI adapter; this can be a tough task for older technologies.

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