Atlanta, GA (December 6, 2012) EPB will implement PowerPlan’s Charge Repository to expand their existing PowerPlan suite, which includes Asset Accounting, Budgeting and Property Tax. The addition of the Charge Repository will improve the information flow between PowerPlan and their other systems for improved integration. They expect to go-live with the new module in the summer.
About City of Chattanooga, EPB:
A non-profit agency of the City of Chattanooga, EPB was established in 1935 for the sole purpose of providing electric power to the people of the greater Chattanooga area. Today, they are still one of the largest publicly-owned providers of electric power in the country. We serve more than 169,000 residents in a 600 square-mile area that includes greater Chattanooga, as well as parts of surrounding counties (small parts of Bledsoe, Bradley, Marion, Rhea and Sequatchie) and areas of North Georgia (portions of Catoosa, Dade and Walker). EPB electric sales revenue was $457 million in 2008.
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