Fast speed-to-value and flexible integration.
The IT Challenge
IT managers are tasked with handling a complex tech stack, maintaining existing systems, and integrating new technology—all with limited time and resources.
How EnergySavvy Addresses the Challenge
Flexible Deployment that Scales to Your Need
EnergySavvy’s technology was built from the ground up to address utilities’ top technical challenges: incompatible systems, the need for both stability and agility, and flexible deployment requirements.
“Delivering a connected customer experience requires energy providers to undertake a radical shift in service delivery—from human-driven processes aided by technology to technology-driven processes supervised by people.”
– The Love Index 2019, Accenture
“EnergySavvy’s products have been a huge success, but it’s more than that. It’s the team that is truly invested and dedicated to making us successful. We have a shared roadmap, a great success story and a team built on partnership and trust.
– Maggie Gibbs, Arizona Public Service
Solutions to Key IT Challenges
Whether your utility systems are brand new or 30 years old, EnergySavvy’s Utility Customer Experience (UCX) platform can easily integrate with them via our microservice-backed API’s. Check out our growing list of partners.
As an IT leader, security is always top of your mind. EnergySavvy is committed to providing best-in-class information security practices to preserve the confidentiality and safety of utility and customer data.
We host our services in a SOC 1/2/3 certified data center, keep a dedicated virtual private cloud instance for each customer, follow NIST guidelines for access control, adhere to OWASP best practices, and conduct background checks for all employees.
EnergySavvy is typically deployed as a cloud service, but we understand that not every utility is ready to go all in the cloud. EnergySavvy also offers options for an on-premise or hybrid approach.
EnergySavvy’s microservices-based approach leverages distributed computing orchestration technology pioneered by Google Kubernetes. This enables us to store and process essentially an unlimited amount of data—even continuous AMI and IoT sensor data.