MinMax client, Central Electric Power Cooperative, has been featured in the October 2019 issue of the T&D World Magazine.  The case study, submitted by Matthew Kirchhoff and Adam Weber, “Central Intelligence”, analyzes how the engineering department worked with the IT department to find a new platform for Asset Management and Operations.

The article features the steps Central Electric took throughout the whole implementation process.  As a major energy generation and transmission cooperative, CEPC needed a way to keep up with the rapidly changing environment.  Faced with a lack of communication between the field and supervisors, and the need for a centralized database, they found MinMax SMART to meet all their requirements.  Together, the engineers and IT department worked in sync to align and import their assets into SMART enabling operational efficiency within CEPC.

Congratulations to Central Electric Power Cooperative for the recognition of your inspiring work.  Read their story, Central Inteligence, in T&D World to learn more.