Gentrack migrates more services to AWS
Kiwi utility software provider Gentrack is deepening its use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) for hosting and delivering its products and services.
The partnership will allow Gentrack to deliver an integrated, cloud-native solution to utility companies in New Zealand and Australia, among other regions.
The vendor said it will now offer serverless capabilities to reduce billing cycles, improve collections, enable rapid responses to customer demand and optimize service costs.
As a result of these integrations, Gentrack built its own billing performance platform, the Meter Data Platform, entirely on AWS.
Gentrack also recently completed a project with an unnamed utility organization in Australia and New Zealand, migrating its industrial and commercial portfolio to the new Meter Data Services platform.
“In the years to come, utilities must innovate quickly to meet the demands of a low-carbon energy system and consumers who demand more of the products and services they expect from their energy suppliers,” said Loukas Tzitzis, technical director of Gentrack.
“By utilizing AWS’s scalable, agile, reliable and innovative cloud services with Gentrack’s cutting-edge clean technology products, we have created a portfolio of cloud-first solutions that meet the need for innovation, enable go-to-market. fast and improves the customer experience. and reduces the cost of service, which translates into optimal profitability of the company. ”
Integrations include cloud services such as the AWS Lambda Serverless Compute Service, the AWS DynamoDB Document Database, and Amazon Simple Queue Service, a managed messaging queuing service.
These, according to Gentrack, will increase time to market and optimize the developer experience.
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