Minneapolis-based Open Systems International Inc. (OSI) has launched a new competitive upgrade program designed as a viable and more cost-effective alternative for companies that are considering supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) and energy management system (EMS) revision upgrades with current suppliers.
‘This upgrade program has been designed to preserve the investments that customers have made in their existing technology, including databases, displays and reports, through their automatic and seamless conversion and migration to OSI technology,’ says Edwin Stephenson, OSI's director of project delivery.
OSI Multi-platform Open Network ARCHitecture supports a full complement of energy management, network management, distribution management and generation management applications, according to the company. These products are designed for and utilized by customers that range from large, investor-owned utilities to midsized cooperatives and municipalities.
OSI's competitive upgrade program is currently valid for North American utilities and includes all major system brands prevalent in North America.
SOURCE: Open Systems International Inc.