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Util Plus Announces SAP Partnership

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UTIL PLUS ANNOUNCES SAP PARTNERSHIP

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Auckland, 04 September, 2014: Util Plus has entered a Partnership agreement with leading utilities software provider SAP, that will bring innovative and proven solutions to Utility companies in New Zealand.

“Following the recent successful completion of a major utilities project, the SAP Partnership agreement further cements Util Plus as New Zealand’s leading SAP for Utilities solution provider”, says Jens Richter of Util Plus.

“More than 2,600 utility companies use SAP software in over 70 countries – from small utilities with less than 1,000 contracts to large corporates with over 16 million customers covering all segments of the utilities market: they operate in electricity, gas, water across generation, distribution and retail. It’s a success story that we want to extend to New Zealand”.

Util Plus provides an innovative approach to Utilities customer information and billing systems. Different options are tailored to suit not only Utility retailers, but also distribution companies of all sizes in New Zealand.

To learn more about Util Plus, visit www.util-plus.co.nz.

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About Util Plus Ltd
Util Plus Ltd is New Zealand’s local leading SAP services provider for the utilities industry.

With our innovative approach and industry expertise, we focus on delivering quality projects for electricity, gas and water utilities of all sizes. For more information visit www.util-plus.co.nz

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