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The Avanti Company Offers Aclara Star AMI Systems in Georgia

The Avanti Company partners with some of the most trusted companies in the industry to provide dependable, cutting-edge solutions for all your meter and metering system needs. That is why we’re proud of our recent agreement with Aclara, a leading specialist in intelligent infrastructure, to represent its acclaimed STAR Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) system in Georgia.

Utilities in the state can now better manage and improve their water distribution systems with Aclara’s state-of-the-art STAR AMI, a two way, fixed network that provides reliable meter readings and management information four times a day. It is ideal for numerous vital applications, including leak analysis, tamper notifications and move in, move out data to reduce truck rolls.

As an industry leader in AMI, Aclara serves over 250 utilities across the country and has deployed or is under-contract for over 14 million end-points. In fact, it is the first utility communications company with end-to-end data capture, transfer, and processing capabilities. It utilizes only the most proven technologies on the market, helping utilities reduce operating and distribution costs while enjoying unprecedented visibility, knowledge, and control of performance.

Such quality and innovation is why the Avanti Company is excited about our fruitful agreement. Now our valued customers in Georgia can enjoy more efficient and cost-effective management of their metering infrastructure.

Our own Jacque Stevens will be in charge of sales for Central and North Georgia, while Brandon Brooks will be selling the system in South Georgia. If you are interested in learning more, contact us at 800-284-5231 or info@avanticompany.com.

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