Tennessee’s Largest Electric Cooperative Selects MinMax SMART

The largest electric cooperative in Tennessee has selected MinMax SMART to improve their asset management inspections and data collection. Following an extensive evaluation and review of available software tools, the cooperative selected SMART for its secure cloud-based environment, flexible and customizable guided inspections, and intuitive, user-friendly interface. Serving more than 210,000 residents and businesses through…

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MinMax Session at VMDAEC E&O Conference: Building and Deploying a Successful Asset Management System

With the growing popularity of its asset management and inspection software for utility operations, MinMax was invited to speak at the annual E&O conference organized by VMDAEC on May 2-3 at Virginia Beach, Virginia. The Virginia, Maryland & Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives (VMDAEC) exists to serve the member-owned electric cooperatives in the three-state area.…

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MinMax Showcases SMART 6.30 at TechAdvantage 2017 in San Diego

TechAdvantage is the leading technology conference designed exclusively for electric cooperative professionals engaged in C-level, engineering, operations, IT, purchasing and supply, and marketing decision-making.  Attendees learn how to improve performance, increase efficiency, reduce costs, and improve member services with a wide range of sessions, workshops, learning labs and networking opportunities engineered to generate powerful ideas…

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MinMax SMART Enters 2017 Inspecting 1,500+ Substations

With several large G&T co-ops choosing SMARTest from MinMax as their preferred tool for asset management and inspection, SMART is now managing well over 1,500 substations across North America.  In addition to the substations, the utilities are also inspecting several thousand other assets such as transmission structures, lines, communications sites, distribution poles, and line devices. In an…

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Central Electric Power Coop Brings SMART In-house!

Central Electric Power Cooperative (CEPC) is a transmission cooperative owned and operated by eight member-owner distribution cooperatives.  Collectively they deliver power through a network of 120 substations to a 22,000 square mile area in Central Missouri.  These eight electric distribution cooperatives are located in the Central Missouri region as depicted in the map above. After a careful…

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