Maximizing the Value of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI)

ATLANTA, GA – July 28, 2021 – Red Clay Consulting, a solutions implementer that helps utilities modernize through technology solutions and a highly recognized member of Oracle Partner Network, announces the successful implementation of an Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management (MDM) system at Colorado Springs Utilities.

Meter Data Management refers to software that performs storage for the vast amount of data generated by smart metering systems. Oracle Utilities MDM gathers and processes data from any type, variety, or brand of device. The application loads, validates, stores, and formats the data in ways that facilitate business processes across multiple internal and external systems.

For generations, Colorado Springs Utilities has provided electricity, natural gas, water, and wastewater services to the Pikes Peak region. As a community-owned utility, its customers enjoy competitive prices, exceptional hometown service, responsible environmental practices, and a voice in how their utility operates.

In addition to implementing the MDM, Colorado Springs Utilities engaged Red Clay to provide AMI program management services to keep their AMI program on track with all disciplines operating as one team.

“We are proud to have partnered with the Colorado Springs Utilities team to implement an MDM system that will continue to grow and evolve with the utility,” said Paul Marnell, CEO of Red Clay Consulting. “To have three major utility services, water, gas and electric, go-live simultaneously is a significant accomplishment and a great testament to the work of Colorado Springs Utilities and the Red Clay team.”

Together, Red Clay and Colorado Springs Utilities have implemented a system that is currently processing reads from more than 600,000 devices, including gas, water and electric meters. The two organizations have integrated with more than 20 disparate systems to create an overall end-to-end AMI solution.

“Taking advantage of Red Clay’s expertise in the Advanced Metering Infrastructure field will help transform the way we work,” said General Manager of Customer Services, Melissa Richardson. “We will provide customers with a better overall experience. With the new meters, we’ll be able to provide additional usage data to customers to aid them in managing their utilities usage and leveraging our rate options to reduce their bills. Red Clay’s support has been essential to the success of this important part of our digital transformation.”

From data synchronization efforts, infrastructure support, innovative solution design, and customer business support, the Red Clay team has proven to be a true value-add partner to Colorado Springs Utilities. The new MDM system is a major milestone in the utility’s vision for a flexible, modern customer experience and business-process automation.

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About Red Clay Consulting

As utilities navigate new expectations and demands, they require expert partners committed to their success. Focused solely on the utility industry and Oracle Utilities Solutions, Red Clay advises, delivers, and manages technical and business solutions for Customer to Meter processes. Red Clay enables innovation that transforms how utilities work and their customer’s experiences. For more information, visit https://redclay.com/.

 

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Indicative of their commitment to supporting and guiding customers during every stage of their Oracle Implementation Journey

ATLANTA, GA – May 4, 2021 – Red Clay Consulting, a Gold Level Member of the Oracle Partner Network and a solutions implementer that helps utilities modernize through technology solutions, formally introduces Advisory Services, Operations as a Service, and Red Clay University offerings as part of their continued commitment and focus on Oracle Utilities solutions.

“These three offerings represent a maturity of our services and are truly unique for a company of our size and target market. We very thoughtfully developed each, and they have been in place at a number of our clients. These offerings were not designed as products but as tools our customers could leverage for their digital transformations,” said Michael Cocroft, Red Clay Chief Strategy Officer.

Utility customers often need additional support and guidance during different stages of their Oracle implementation and project journeys. When complex problems are clearly understood, a leadership team’s ability to derive insight and draw conclusions is unlocked. Red Clay’s senior leaders are skilled in breaking down intricate details and effectively communicating the issues and available options. John Zenyuh, Director of PMO and Delivery Operations said, “We have pulled on decades of experience to develop advisory services that directly address the needs of our customers. Program leadership, technology roadmaps for Oracle Utilities adoption, and our quality assurance processes are all tested and proven.”

Red Clay University currently features four key tracks to help customers succeed: Customer to Meter (C2M), Field Service Cloud (OFSC), Meter Data Management (MDM), and Customer Care and Billing (CC&B). “We have developed educational tracks providing focused training in the areas that are most important for in-house staffs to fully embrace. Developed over many implementations, the training tracks are available exclusively from Red Clay,” said Managing Director of Professional Services Leeanna Gonzalez.

Red Clay’s Operations as a Service (OaaS) complements internal IT staff, superusers, SMEs, business analysts, testing gurus, report writers, and other key team members. Our OaaS teams include former utility employees, experienced Oracle-trained consultants, and IT professionals who provide support dictated by client needs. The benefits of OaaS include a predictable cost structure, measured accountability through performance reporting, and the freedom for a utility’s most valuable internal resources to focus their energy elsewhere. Red Clay Director of Shared Services Jeannie Sargent states, “Everyone the customer interacts with is an Oracle Utilities expert. There is no first level, second level, and so on. Our customers have true 24/7/365 expert support.”

“We don’t launch new offerings until they are proven. Our steady growth in the utilities space over the last 20 years creates a solid platform for this innovation,” says CEO Paul Marnell. “We are the premier choice. Careful and committed, we are able to go beyond customer expectations and provide a new breed of implementation service.”

Red Clay is launching these new service offerings in conjunction with this week’s Virtual Oracle Utilities User Group (OUUG) Conference. Red Clay’s revamped website details the new offerings.

About Red Clay Consulting

As utilities navigate new expectations and demands, they require expert partners committed to their success. Focused solely on the utility industry and Oracle Utilities Solutions, Red Clay advises, delivers, and manages technical and business solutions for Customer to Meter processes. Red Clay enables innovation that transforms how utilities work and their customer’s experiences. For more information, visit https://redclay.com/.

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Welcoming Saurabh Parashar and Zach Robinson as Directors of Business Development

ATLANTA, GA – January 28, 2021 – Red Clay Consulting, a solutions implementer that helps utilities modernize through technology solutions and a Gold level member of Oracle Partner Network, announces the additions of Saurabh Parashar and Zach Robinson as directors of their expanding business development team.

Saurabh Parashar brings more than 20 years of experience spanning across business development, customer experience management, and IT operations. Saurabh has sold, transitioned, and led operations for Fortune 500 and FTSE 50 companies. Prior to joining Red Clay, Saurabh was with HCL, where he led the effort to expand the company’s presence in the energy and utilities domain. He was responsible for business development strategy, go-to-market, revenue acquisition, penetration, and retention for major enterprise accounts.

Zach Robinson, a former U.S. Naval Officer, joins Red Clay having numerous years of experience in business development roles with Siemens, ranging from account representative to sales manager. Most recently, Zach was a member of Oracle Utilities, where he covered new and existing utility accounts throughout Florida and the Caribbean, primarily focused on customer information systems (CIS), and meter data management (MDM) product offerings.

“As Red Clay pursues our ambitious growth strategy, we remain committed to ensuring our clients conclude each project ready to maximize their solution investment and continue evolving into more innovative utilities,” said Lynne Powers, executive director at Red Clay Consulting. “Zach and Saurabh’s depth of industry experience and skills will be invaluable to our team as we continue to expand our footprint, and lead customers through utility transformations.”

About Red Clay Consulting

As utilities navigate new expectations and demands, they require expert partners committed to their success. Focused solely on the utility industry and Oracle Utilities Solutions, Red Clay advises, delivers, and manages technical and business solutions for Customer to Meter processes. Red Clay enables innovation that transforms how utilities work and their customer’s experiences. For more information, visit https://redclay.com/.

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ATLANTA, GA – June 3, 2020 – Red Clay Consulting, a solutions implementer that helps utilities modernize through technology solutions and a Gold level member of Oracle Partner Network, announced the hires of Trevor Martin as the director of client services, and Izzet Cervera as director of advisory services.

Martin, a utility industry veteran with over 30 years of experience, is assuming responsibilities to lead client relationship management and program management. Most recently, Trevor served as the engagement executive and client partner for Bridge Energy Group, where he managed key accounts in the utility transmission and distribution sector. Trevor’s experience also includes roles as a senior manager at IBM and Infosys and SVP at LODESTAR Corporation, where he played a key role in expanding their utility software products and services.

Izzet Cervera joins the delivery team as the director of advisory services. Izzet has over fifteen years of experience in the implementation of CIS solutions across the globe. She joins us from Oracle where she was the delivery director for the customer solution practice for the EMEA region. At Red Clay, Izzet will advise key CIS customers through transformational programs while bringing innovation to the overall delivery model.

“We are so excited to bring both Trevor and Izzet on board at Red Clay” said Lynne Powers, Executive Director at Red Clay Consulting. “Trevor brings years of industry leadership experience which will continue to expand Red Clay’s position in utility transformation projects. Izzet’s deep solution knowledge and vast, global customer experiences will help strengthen our position as a top Oracle Utilities implementer.”

About Red Clay Consulting

As utilities navigate new expectations and demands, they require expert partners committed to their success. Red Clay Consulting is a Gold level Oracle partner and solutions implementer that leads clients through utility transformation, leveraging Oracle Cloud Utilities Solutions and backed by a zero-fail reputation. For more information, visit https://redclay.com/.

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Customer information and meter data management system will support superior service, resource conservation and process automation

ATLANTA, GA – April 2, 2020 – Red Clay Consulting (RCC), an implementer and system integrator that helps utilities modernize through technology solutions, and a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), announced that Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD) has chosen RCC to lead the upgrade to Oracle Utilities Customer to Meter. LVVWD is a not-for-profit utility that provides reliable, high-quality water service to 1.5 million people within the Las Vegas metropolitan area and surrounding areas.

LVVWD’s upgrade to the latest Oracle Utilities Customer to Meter will equip it with an industry-leading customer information system (CIS) and meter data management system (MDMS) in one complete solution. As such, it will be able to simplify the meter-to-cash-to-customer process, link customer and meter data seamlessly, and reduce platform costs. As the system integrator, RCC is responsible for ensuring LVVWD maximizes the use of Oracle Utilities Customer to Meter to meet its organizational goals of delivering superior service and customer data insights, resource conservation and efficiency, as well as improved process automation.

We continually work to implement innovative ways to enhance our customer service capabilities and expand the service provided to our customer base,” said Alisa Mann, LVVWD director of customer care and field services. “Customer-to-Meter integration allows us take a leap forward in providing greater services to our customers.”

“Oracle Utilities Customer to Meter will help LVVWD harvest the value of their AMI investment and enhance the customer experience,” said Paul Marnell, CEO at Red Clay Consulting. “We’re proud to support LVVWD’s initiatives to leverage an industry-leading technology on their journey to becoming more nimble and digital.”

“The relationship between utilities and customers is transforming from a one-way, billable account into a true partnership,” said Creighton Oyler, vice president, Strategy/Alliances and Channels, Oracle Utilities. “By leveraging Oracle Utilities Customer to Meter, utilities such as LVVWD, can modernize to enhance their customer relationships, drive greater business value and meet the demands of the new, customer-centric utility economy.”

About Red Clay Consulting
As utilities navigate digital transformation, they require expert partners committed to their success. Red Clay Consulting leads utility modernization with innovative technology solutions backed by deep consulting expertise and a zero-fail reputation. Red Clay is a Gold level Oracle partner and systems integrator with a sole focus on preparing utilities for a more digitized tomorrow. For more information, visit https://redclay.com/.

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Atlanta, Georgia. Red Clay Consulting was named one of Atlanta’s Healthiest Employers at a May 2nd luncheon and awards ceremony. The Healthiest Employers Awards, sponsored by the Atlanta Business Chronicle, were held on the Rooftop Terrace at Ponce City Market. Companies were recognized for their commitment to the overall wellbeing of their employees and their leadership in creating a healthy workforce. An assessment measuring six wellness categories was completed by companies and used to determine winners.

Susanne Wagner, Managing Director of Operations, stated, “I am proud of Red Clay’s investment in employee wellbeing. Wellness is baked into our culture and the benefits are tangible. We are honored to receive this recognition as validation of our efforts and outcomes.”

Red Clay Wellness approaches employee wellbeing holistically, focusing on physical, social, emotional, and mental wellbeing. Programs are based on employee feedback, and a wellness committee composed of interested employees helps guide initiatives.

According to Laura Gaines, Employee Engagement Specialist, “Red Clay cares deeply about employee wellbeing and uses the wellness program to support employees personal and professional goals and growth.”

ABOUT RED CLAY CONSULTING 
Red Clay, a leading business and technology consultancy for utilities, delivers superlative solutions in the areas of customer experience and billing, meter data management, field services, commercial billing, load profiling and settlement, and security. Red Clay offers advisory and implementation services, as well as robust managed services and training services offerings to position your utility for success every step of the way. Red Clay’s unparalleled experience, expertise, and execution fuel project success. To learn more about Red Clay, visit: redclay.com

LEADING CLOUD TECHNOLOGY AND PROVEN INDUSTRY EXPERTISE PROVIDES WATER UTILITIES THE FOUNDATION FOR IMPROVED SMART CITY AND CUSTOMER SERVICE INITIATIVES

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Nashville, Tenn. – March 5, 2019 – Water utilities have the critical responsibility of delivering reliable, safe water for each and every customer. But while many utilities remain laser-focused on delivering on this promise today, they lack an agile meter-to-cash system that will effectively meet changing market demands and customer expectations moving forward. Providing a cost-effective solution to help water utilities meet their transformation goals, Red Clay Consulting and Oracle Utilities announced a comprehensive new business and technology offering.

This innovative solution offers a standardized configuration based on real-world experiences and industry best practices needed to help water and wastewater utilities modernize their customer-facing operations, prepare for Advanced Metering Infrastructure rollouts, and drive greater operational and customer value from metering and cross-organizational data sources.

With this new level of intelligence, water utilities can better understand customer behaviors and offer suggestions to lower consumption and costs; more easily identify possible leaks; provide insights for wider smart city and conservation efforts; help city governments identify unlawful squatting, and more.

The solution is powered by Oracle Utilities Customer Cloud Service (CCS), which combines the industry- leading billing and customer service capabilities of Oracle Utilities’ Customer Care and Billing (CC&B) with advanced analytics and meter data management (MDM) in a single Software as a Service (SaaS) solution. This technology foundation is backed by Red Clay’s full suite of unique managed services geared to drive business transformation, organizational change management, and security; along with proven industry templates and accelerators needed for water utilities to speed modernization efforts.

“Water utilities are at a critical point in their modernization efforts where many utilities are finding that their current systems are expensive to maintain, lack the security protocols to protect customer data, and do not allow for the expansion of customer self-service initiatives,” said Maria DeChellis, director of marketing and industry strategy at Red Clay. “Red Clay and Oracle bring decades of dedicated experience in utilities to the table, ensuring each client has a holistic plan for business transformation that can make their vision a reality today.” Red Clay is a Gold level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN).

The offering also includes Oracle Utilities Digital Self Service, enabling utilities to offer customers real-time account insights and self-service capabilities that can reduce complexity throughout the billing process, increase data accuracy, and reduce the cost to serve through real-time automation. Extending this modern customer service to the field, the inclusion of Oracle Field Service Cloud allows utilities to leverage their ever- increasing amounts of data to solve business challenges faster. For example, they will be able to get crews out quickly in the case of a water leak. Built on the Oracle Cloud, these solutions offer automated patching, upgrades, and security features – freeing up valuable utility resources.

“Water utilities are currently at a crossroad, facing aging infrastructure, regulatory mandates, and increasing customer expectations,” said Creighton Oyler, vice president of alliances at Oracle Utilities. “The rise of smart water meters will create great opportunity but also adds complexity for the industry. By combining the technology and industry expertise of Oracle and Red Clay, we are giving water utilities powerful solutions to tackle these industry changes while creating efficient and more customer-focused operations.”

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This Latest Solution Will Foster Improved Cybersecurity Operations within Utilities

 

Atlanta, GA – February 5th, 2019 – Red Clay Consulting, a leading provider of business and technology solutions to the utilities industry, has completed the acquisition of Threat Hunting startup C3 Security as part of its continuing effort to expand the new SecureGrid business unit.

Widely used in other industries, automated Threat Hunting is virtually nonexistent in the utilities sector. “Red Clay specializes in converting unwieldy data streams into valuable information. Traditionally this has been to measure usage and help transform utility business operations,” says Red Clay Consulting co-founder and SecureGrid chief executive Michael Cocroft, “With automated threat hunting we can use this same skill set to expose threats and raise alerts. It’s a natural fit.”

“Threat hunting has been a highly manual process.  Historically, it required extensive hours by a security analyst to sift through various data sources to create hypotheses about potential threats.  This activity was largely based on the individual’s own knowledge and familiarity with the network,” says Michael Pearson, co-founder of SecureWorks and Chief Information Security Officer of SecureGrid, “With the incorporation of C3 technology on our SecureGrid platform we can cut the time and resources required to rapidly identify real threats and respond in an effective and timely manner.”

Christopher Corcoran, founder of C3 Security now Director of Threat Analysis with SecureGrid says, “I’m excited to join a team that understands how our technology can be fully deployed to protect critical infrastructure. Our Threat Hunting technology combined with Red Clay’s SecureGrid platform doesn’t generate more noise to compound alert fatigue; on the contrary, the technology was built to work agnostically with all data and amplify the value of preexisting solutions.  Our goal has always been to enable efficient analytics and response by providing the big picture and tells the story of what happened, where, and how to best remediate and protect against similar attacks from happening again and we are thrilled to be able to offer this to the utilities sector.”

According to Gunter Ollmann, founder of Ablative Security LLC, C3 Advisor and Chief Security Officer for Microsoft’s Cloud and AI Security division, “The marrying of C3’s innovative threat hunting and automated orchestration platform with Red Clay’s deep understanding of Utility-specific threats and business consultancy experience is the kind of force multiplier needed to shepherd and support Utility customers who have embarked on their digital transformation journey.”

As previously announced, SecureGrid represents Red Clay’s entry into the cybersecurity sector, and like the firm’s core business of solutions for the utility industry, leverages Red Clay’s extensive experience with advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and the resulting meter data. This experience, paired with proven cybersecurity leadership and proprietary technology, provides the foundation for a unique cybersecurity solution.

 

About Red Clay Consulting
Red Clay, a leading technology consultancy for utilities, delivers superlative solutions in the areas of customer experience and billing, meter data management, field services, commercial billing, load profiling and settlement, and security. Red Clay offers advisory and implementation services, as well as robust managed services and training services offerings to position your utility for success every step of the way. Red Clay’s unparalleled experience, expertise, and execution fuel project success. To learn more about Red Clay, visit: http://www.redclay.com.

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This Latest Solution Will Foster Improved Cybersecurity Operations within Utilities

Atlanta, GA – January 9, 2019 – Red Clay Consulting, a leading provider of services to the utility industry, has expanded its offerings with the development of SecureGrid Cybersecurity Services. SecureGrid represents Red Clay’s entry into the cybersecurity sector, and like the firm’s core business, focuses on and leverages Red Clay’s extensive experience with advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and utilities. This experience, paired with proven cybersecurity leadership and proprietary technology, provided the foundation for a unique cybersecurity solution.

Red Clay Consulting co-founder and SecureGrid chief executive Michael Cocroft says, “our goal was to create an entirely new cybersecurity offering, not just rebrand what the rest of the industry is doing and call it ‘utility-focused.’ We have a unique vantage point, and we put it to effective use. We were able to involve some of our current clients to fine tune the offering. It is truly a tailored, comprehensive solution.”

SecureGrid is comprised of three primary areas to secure the entire meter-to-cash lifecycle: Assess and Identify, Validate and Test, and Manage and Pursue.

Assess and Identify uses risk assessments, gap analysis and road map development to give utilities a complete view of what they currently have in place. “With the speed at which this industry operates, it can be difficult to step back and take stock of what tools are in place and gauge their efficacy. Calculating return on investment is not an easy task in cybersecurity, so many businesses don’t even try.” says Michael Pearson, co-founder of SecureWorks and Chief Information Security Officer of SecureGrid. “But simply being able to say there were no incidents for a period of time does not validate your spend, nor does it guarantee you are protected from future attacks.”

“Understanding your organization’s true cybersecurity risk exposure and getting to grips with the relevance of each different vulnerability to your business are mandatory first steps to being able to allocate resources correctly and with maximum mitigating effect.” In the Validate and Test component of SecureGrid, Threat Modeling offers the ability to test networks and simulate attacks on a virtual model rather than risk actually disrupting critical network systems during testing. This is particularly useful within utilities and represents a breakthrough in the ability to secure and test without any risk of service disruption.

Paired with Threat Modeling are a group of experienced penetration testers schooled in the Red Team Penetration testing methodology and industry experts to perform true vulnerability analysis.  “Our combination of seasoned professionals and superior technology allows us to produce actionable results,” says Pearson.

Threat hunting, while widely used, requires expensive data storage as well as dedicated time from resources that are already stretched thin. “And in the current labor market, these resources are expensive at best, and unavailable in some markets,” says Pearson. In SecureGrid’s Manage and Pursue component, “our approach allows us to utilize more cost-effective storage and the capability of our toolset means fewer man hours to identify and analyze an attack.”

SecureGrid offers a 24/7 alert model that can serve as a cybersecurity first line, allowing utilities professionals to focus only on alerts that matter and relieving the stress of trying to spread security resources too thinly.

About Red Clay Consulting
Red Clay, a leading technology consultancy for utilities, delivers superlative solutions in the areas of customer experience and billing, meter data management, field services, commercial billing, load profiling and settlement, and security. Red Clay offers advisory and implementation services, as well as robust managed services and training services offerings to position your utility for success every step of the way. Red Clay’s unparalleled experience, expertise, and execution fuel project success. To learn more about Red Clay, visit: http://www.redclay.com.

 

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Athens, GA – November 1, 2018 – Red Clay Consulting is excited to announce four students in University of Georgia’s College of Engineering have received a Red Clay Leadership Scholarship. The students were honored at a luncheon held on October 18 at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia in Athens.

The Red Clay Leadership Scholarship is a one-year scholarship. Recipients were selected based on academic performance and demonstrated leadership potential. This year’s recipients are all Georgia residents.

According to Red Clay’s founding partner Michael Cocroft, “The UGA engineering graduates Red Clay has hired over the past three years were well prepared for today’s competitive and fast-paced work environment. The Red Clay Leadership Scholarship was created to support the impressive education and opportunities UGA’s College of Engineering is providing to bright and promising students.”

Donald J. Leo, Dean of the UGA College of Engineering stated, “The Red Clay Scholarship will make a lasting impact on the lives of our students and demonstrates Red Clay’s strong commitment to the educational mission of the University of Georgia.  We are very grateful for their generous support.”

Red Clay has also been a Strategic Partner in UGA’s College of Engineering Corporate Partnership Program since 2017. This program leverages corporations to provide advice, access to equipment, and financial support to students.

About Red Clay Consulting
Red Clay, a leading technology consultancy for utilities, delivers superlative solutions in the areas of customer experience and billing, meter data management, field services, commercial billing, load profiling and settlement, and security. Red Clay offers advisory and implementation services, as well as robust managed services and training services offerings to position your utility for success every step of the way. Red Clay’s unparalleled experience, expertise, and execution fuel project success. To learn more about Red Clay, visit: www.redclay.com.

 

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