John Wambaugh Joins UISOL

Will lead company's AMI practice

Jan 25, 2010, 13:39 ET from Utility Integration Solutions, Inc.

LAFAYETTE, Calif., Jan. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Utility Integration Solutions (UISOL), the utility industry systems integration specialist, today announced that nationally recognized advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), Meter Data Management (MDM), and smart grid expert John Wambaugh has joined the company as a vice president.

Wambaugh previously held leadership positions at eMeter Corporation, and Cellnet Data Systems (now part of Landis+Gyr), where he was responsible for definition of requirements, deployment, and operation of  AMI and MDM solutions.   Wambaugh's pioneering installation and operating processes for AMI has become a standard for millions of electric, gas and water meters in service today.

"We are excited that John has joined UISOL at a time that many of our utility clients plan to integrate AMI within their enterprise," said UISOL CEO, Ali Vojdani.  "Combining John's deep knowledge of AMI with UISOL's proven systems integration skills, we will be able to help our utility clients achieve the expected benefits from their AMI investments."

Wambaugh is presently a member of the Board of Directors for utility technology association Utilimetrics and Executive Advisory Board of CSWeek, an annual conference for advancing customer service in the utility industry.


Utility Integration Solutions, Inc. (UISOL) is the utility industry systems integration specialist. UISOL offers a range of services and integration solutions to help its clients transform their business performance through the power of smart integration for demand response, smart grid, advanced metering, meter data management, market operations and more. UISOL DRBizNet is the leading software platform for demand response management and the integration of distributed energy resources in the utility industry. Visit or call 925-939-0449.


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