Kyle has been a welcomed addition at UAI, bringing in a fresh perspective from outside the energy industry. He has quickly ramped up to become one of our best analysts of regulated utility rates and a client-oriented project manager
Atlanta, GA, (PRWEB) March 18, 2010
Atlanta-based Utilities Analyses, Inc. (UAI), a nationally recognized provider of energy supply purchasing services, has hired Kyle Snyder as an analyst. Mr. Snyder will act as a consultant on regulated utility rates, as well as serve as a project manager.
"Kyle has been a welcomed addition at UAI, bringing in a fresh perspective from outside the energy industry. He has quickly ramped up to become one of our best analysts of regulated utility rates and a client-oriented project manager," says Kevin Shaw, President of UAI.
Mr. Snyder has an objective understanding of information technology practices for both large and small businesses through his previous experience in sales and marketing and IT consulting. Prior to joining UAI, Mr. Snyder worked as an IT recruiter for Big 4 consulting firms and Fortune 500 companies. He holds a B.S. in marketing from the Florida State University College of Business.
UAI has seen its revenues grow more than 50% over the past year, due to the growing demand for utility cost savings by the large multi-site national corporations, industrial users and government entities it serves. By partnering with its clients to identify their requirements and priorities, UAI implements a customized process to optimize utility rates, reduce energy spend and deliver significant bottom-line 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.