eggs, never heard of the link and Cyan don't appear under the technology partners list. I saw the press release about Tamil Nadu/Pudicherry but when I hit the more link it doesn't seem to match the headline.
This link lists where Phoenix are presently working. ... But don't forget they mention moving into gas and water meters in the previous post...
"Phoenix has been serving the following organizations in the utility sector to their utmost satisfaction, closely working with them to realize their business objectives. South India Eastern Power Distribution Company of AP Limited, Visakhapatnam Central Power Distribution Company of AP Limited, Hyderabad Tamil Nadu Generation & Distribution Company, Chennai North India Ministry of Power, New Delhi Kanpur Electricity Supply Company, Kanpur Chattisgarh State Power Transmission Company Limited, Raipur Madhya Pradesh State Electricity Board, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh (with KPMG) Punjab State Power Corporation Ltd., Patiala, East India North Eastern Electricity Supply Company of Orissa, Balasore Western Electricity Supply Company of Orissa, Sambalpur Southern Electricity Supply Company Of Orissa Limited , Berhampur Central Electricity Supply Utility of Orissa, Bhubaneswar Tripura State Electricity Corporation Ltd, Agartala Western India Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited, Mumbai Jaipur Vidyut Vitaran Nigam Ltd, Jaipur Other Asian Clients Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat, Kabul, Afghanistan Nepal Electricity Authority, Kathmandu, Nepal
Thanks to All for sharing the ever expanding Cyan research ...as well as the more important household cleaning tips ! Phoenix IT solutions were working and demonstrating with Cyan in 2011. "Cyan Technology demonstrated its End to End solution for Smart metering at the recently concluded Smart Energy International Conference in Delhi, India on November 15th 2011.The solution demonstrated was developed in conjunction and cooperation with several leading Indian companies in the utility sector such as Capital Meters, Delhi, who supplied the wireless meters and Phoenix IT Solutions whose mPower(tm) MDMS system was used to process the metering data" http://www.indiaprwire.com/pressrelease/utilities/20111122104287.htm
If you have a look here http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-andhrapradesh/phoenix-it-bags-ibm-award/article2952997.ece. You will see that " Phoenix IT Solutions Ltd., of Visakhapatnam has won the 2012 IBM Beacon Award for ‘Smarter Industry: Best Industry Solution for Energy & Utilities.' They go on to state "Phoenix IT was involved in two large projects of energy utilities—20 million consumers in Tamil Nadu and two million in Uttarkhand. It was also handling EPDCL of AP which has 4.7 million consumers. “There is one more project in Afghanistan in association with IBM which is US-aided. We are now planning to move outside the Indian subcontinent and also enter gas and water utilities" if you read the you will see that Phoenix recognized by Deloitte as a leading technology company in the Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2012 Program http://phoenix.co.in/phoenix-recognized-by-deloitte-as-a-leading-technology-company-in-the-technology-fast-500-asia-pacific-2012-program/. Sounds good to me ..must try and find out what else Phoenx is working towards and in which countries. Just a reminder that when I e mailed Cyan last month with a list if questions from this board .. The reply said bring them to the AGM ....however, he stated that we should have the answers to some of the questions BEFORE June .. And June is approaching fast....:)
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