Atlanta, GA (June 30, 2013) Cross Texas Transmission, a recent PowerPlan client, who utilizes the Asset Accounting, Project Management, Income and Property Tax solutions, has chosen to enhance their system integration by using the Maxmimo EAM Adapter. Maximo customers in asset-intensive industries are often forced to configure their work orders to meet their complex accounting needs. This means a single job requires multiple child work orders to map to individual accounting work breakdown structures for installs, removals, and miscellaneous expenses. The adapter eliminates the need for complex child work orders, achieves financial optimization by minimizing taxes and provides real-time cost feedback on work orders.
About Cross Texas Transmission:
Cross Texas Transmission, LLC constructs, operates, and maintains electric transmission facilities and lines to deliver renewable energy to homes and businesses in Texas. The company was incorporated in 2008 and is based in Amarillo, Texas with additional offices in Pampa, Texas. Cross Texas Transmission, LLC operates as a subsidiary of LS Power Development, LLC. LS Power Development, LLC engages in the development, construction, acquisition, and management of power generation and transmission infrastructure in the United States. The company owns and operates natural gas, coal, wind, and solar power generation facilities. It serves investor-owned utilities, electric cooperatives, and municipal utilities. LS Power Development, LLC was founded in 1990 and is based in New York, New York with projects and additional office locations in the United States.
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