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Util Plus Delivers Major Technology Project

Util Plus Delivers Major Technology Project

Auckland, 4 July 2014 - Util Plus has successfully rolled out a major business technology project for one of New Zealand’s largest energy retailers, Mercury Energy.

“The successful project outcome was the result of an excellent working relationship between Mercury Energy and Util Plus. We’ve been able to deliver this project on time and under budget,” says Wayne Picard of Util Plus.

“We’re extremely pleased to have delivered such a high quality system,” says Mr Picard.

The project is one of the biggest business technology projects implemented by Mercury Energy in ten years.

The move consolidates all commercial and industrial energy customers on a single integrated platform and provides Mercury Energy with the opportunity to remain at the forefront of offering new and exciting products to their customers.

“Choosing a standard system enables us to provide effective quoting services for our commercial customers. It also gives us more flexibility to react quickly to market and industry changes, to the benefit of our business customers,” says Allan Lightbourne, Head of ICT for Mercury Energy.

About Util Plus Ltd
Util Plus Ltd is New Zealand’s local leading provider for the utilities industry. With our innovative approach and industry expertise, we focus on delivering quality projects. For more information visit www.util-plus.co.nz

About Mercury Energy
Mercury Energy is one of New Zealand’s longest-established retail electricity brands and Mighty River Power’s largest, accounting for more than 96% of the Company’s end-user sales volume.

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