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Streamlining and Simplifying Asset Management for the Transmission and Distribution Industry

Posted by Richard Pike on February 22, 2021

  A case study on how we used compatible unit estimating within Maximo to reduce cost, resources, and error. Challenges in the Transmission and Distribution Industry

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Topics: Utilities, compatible unit, transmission and distribution

How do Compatible Units help FERC accounting?

Posted by Richard Pike on June 21, 2018

Compatible Units Defined: A Compatible Unit (CU) is a template used by utility companies to estimate routine, repetitive and primarily capital work such as line construction. In the simplest form, a CU is comprised of Labor, Material and FERC accounting, but can include extended information related [...]

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Topics: Maximo, Maximo T&D, compatible unit

So, What is a Compatible Unit?

Posted by Richard Pike on June 5, 2018

At a High Level Compatible Units (CUs alternately referred to as Estimating Units, Assemblies, Kits, Standards, etc.)  have been used in the electric, gas, and telecom utility industry (primarily in Distribution) for well over 50 years.  In the simplest form, a CU is comprised [...]

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Topics: IBM Maximo, compatible unit, FERC

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