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Request for Information-Proposal- RFI RFP for EMIS Emissions Software

Post by admin on March 2, 2012

Request for Information- RFI & Request for Proposal-RFP Process Defined for Environmental Emissions Management Information System- EMIS Software: Technical, Security & EMIS Product Capture Considerations

In today’s competitive commodity energy trading and risk management C-ETRM software system vendor space vendors are accustomed to responding to a variety of Requests for Information-RFI and/or Request for Proposals -RFPs for Environmental Emissions Management Information System- EMIS Software. That being the case, it is important to define certain criteria that should be included and important features and benefits that are sometimes overlooked when entities are soliciting quality EMIS products.

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Next Top ten reasons Etrm-Ctrm & Emis system implementations fail!

Post by admin on August 30, 2011

Re-posted-Next Top ten (6-10+) reasons Etrm-Ctrm & Emis system implementations fail!

The following depicts the Front-mid-to back-office complexities associated with delivering comprehensive Ctrm-Etrm & Emis solutions…so how can you avoid a failure in delivering this often complex business software: 

enterprise-risk-bubble-diagra,For the previous 1-5 of 10 reasons Etrm, Ctrm & Emis Implementations fail… see above “popular posts” to trading risk blog. Also we suggest you subscribe to trading risk blog we offer a convenient email subscription on the upper right hand corner =>

Thank you for your interest in the next 5 (6-10) reasons Etrm-Ctrm & Emis system implementations fail and how to avoid the pitfalls!

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The Evolution of Carbon Emissions Accounting -Emis Software Solutions

Post by admin on August 24, 2011

The Evolution of Carbon Emissions Accounting and Emis Software Solutions- By Uday Baral, principal Pioneer Solutions LLC

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In retrospect, the objective of carbon accounting has been geared towards one of two things: being eco-friendly and environmentally compliant. Today, the facts are that environmental compliance is expected, and publishing a carbon footprint is meaningless without an active plan to manage and reduce the carbon footprint. So what is the objective of carbon management and accounting, both now and in the future?

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