We are excited to have Brandon joining the UAI team in business development
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 25, 2010
Atlanta-based Utilities Analyses, Inc. (UAI), a national player in utility rate consulting, has announced that Brandon Sisson has joined the company as Director of Business Development. Mr. Sisson will handle business development among government, state, and municipal clients. He will also work closely with client firms that have a regulated energy footprint.
"We are excited to have Brandon joining the UAI team in business development," says Kevin Shaw, President of UAI. "Brandon brings in a lot of enthusiasm and energy to all that he does. He has a vast experience in marketing and sales with key accounts, as well as a high degree of integrity in all that he does."
Sisson brings 24 years of experience in sales, account management, and business development to the UAI team. Prior to joining UAI, he worked with Coca-Cola and Abbott Laboratories, and spent 10 years as a business owner. During his career, Sisson has been the guiding force behind more than 10 micro-business start-ups, handling everything from strategic planning, writing business plans, and teaching business principles to leadership training and planning. Sisson holds a B.B.A. in business management from Kennesaw State University in Georgia.
Recently UAI has brought on several new hires to help the company meet the growing demand for utility cost savings by its clients. The company attributes its success in the economic downturn to aligning itself with clients who desire utility cost savings in the midst of tight energy budgets. UAI helps large multi-site national corporations, industrial users and government entities reduce energy spend through commodity energy procurement solutions, objective utility rate tariff analysis and utility bill processing, which result in bottom-line cost savings.
About Utilities Analyses, Inc.
Since 1986, UAI's utility rate consultants have helped large utility customers reduce their costs. UAI provides energy information and utility bill processing management services that reduce costs and utility budgets for commercial, industrial, government, and institutional clients managing multi-site locations. With unbiased rate and tariff analysis of regulated utilities and energy procurement in deregulated service areas, UAI identifies usage patterns of electric and natural gas spends that can be transformed into bottom -line cost savings. http://www.utilitiesanalyses.com.
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