Oracle Utilities partners with Veracity and Triniti to streamline utilities’ digital transformation

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Oracle Utilities is teaming up with Veracity and Triniti Consulting to deploy integrated utility solutions across North America.

Oracle Utilities offers an array of horizontal business solutions, including metering, asset management, grid and network management, customer care, and data analytics.

Oracle Utilities will combine its managed services and offshore support with Triniti's custom implementation services and Veracity's extensive project management, testing, and organizational-change management expertise as part of the new partnership.

Oracle Utilities client partner TC O'Hara said, "We've worked with both Veracity and Triniti Consulting for nearly 10 years as they've helped some of the top utilities in North America modernize their legacy systems and migrate to the cloud using Oracle Utilities software and cloud solutions. This formal collaboration helps position our clients for business success by better serving their customers while creating operational efficiencies."

The Oracle-Trinity-Veracity consortium is also geared toward transforming utilities' infrastructure and processes across critical functional areas, including digital transformation, grid and outage modernization, enterprise asset management, and more. The result is enhanced self-service capabilities for customers and streamlined operations for utilities.

Both Veracity and Triniti Consulting are woman owned and led, continuing Oracle Utilities' commitment to diversity.


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"Our effort will help utility organizations not only meet diversity sourcing requirements but will also help these clients go well beyond the industry standard when it comes to working with organizations that truly value and emphasize inclusivity, community and transparency," stated Angela Hurt, founder and CEO of Veracity.

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