UtiliSphere Incident Tracker gives our customers a better way to document and manage incidents and accidents so they can more effectively recoup costs and quickly respond to audits and inquiries.
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) January 29, 2013
irth Solutions®, a leading provider of cloud-based software solutions to the utility and energy industries, today announced the latest version of UtiliSphere , which includes Incident Tracker to help manage incidents, accidents and claims.
“Telecommunications, electric and oil & gas companies must track incidents and accidents to their product delivery systems,” said Brent Bishop, CEO, irth Solutions. “UtiliSphere Incident Tracker gives our customers a better way to document and manage these events so they can more effectively recoup costs and quickly respond to audits and inquiries. ”
UtiliSphere Incident Tracker enables energy and utility owners to centrally document and manage all activities related to a product delivery system incident, such as excavation damages and other accidents that can slow or disrupt the flow of the product. A cloud-based application, Incident Tracker streamlines the claims intake process from the initial report to litigation. Incident Tracker data is available via UtiliSphere Intelligence Center for enhanced insights via reports, dashboards, and analytics.
Other key enhancements of this release include safety & efficiency improvements to irthnet, the One Call Ticket Management solution in UtiliSphere. irthnet users can now use multiple registration codes in positive response to excavators and can restrict actions being taken in bulk on multiple tickets.
About irth Solutions
irth Solutions®, Technologies For Earth™, provides leading asset management solutions to gas, oil, electric, telecommunications and other utility companies and to One Call Centers across the country to increase operational efficiency, improve workforce productivity, comply with regulatory requirements and ensure safety. For nearly two decades, irth Solutions has been meeting the unique needs of the energy & utility industries with unmatched service and groundbreaking solutions for delivery system protection, safety, and compliance. Investors include Columbus-based Crane Group and Main Street Capital, located in Houston.