Electric
Every minute your customers are without power reduces revenue and upsets customers. Respond faster to outages, streamline workflows, reduce costs, comply with regulations and keep customers happy.
Natural Gas
Natural gas is a vital community resource. Managing its safe, efficient delivery is paramount. Know where your assets are located, monitor conditions, visualize risks, track inspections, and respond quickly to leaks.
Renewables
Distributed Energy Resources (DER), like solar and wind, are on the rise. Managing remote assets can be a challenge. Quickly locate transmission line outages and use real time weather feeds safety. Monitor asset performance to get the largest return on your investment.
Water
Water is our most valuable resource. Capture data over time on the flushing of hydrants, chlorine levels, and water pressure. Analyze it later to protect water quality and comply with regulations. Respond rapidly to water main breaks and leaks. Identify system vulnerabilities and be proactive.

Benefits

Bust Data Silos, Don’t Create Them

Map your assets once, and then integrate them with your ERP and EAM to optimize operations, both within, and across departments. Streamline workflows, cut costs, improve data update time and integrity, and make data-driven decisions.

Work on Any Device, Anywhere

Empower your mobile workforce by giving them the data they need, when they need it, no matter where they are. Sync the back office with the field so that reliable, up-to-date data is available everywhere, on any device.

Add GIS to your business applications

With the integration of your Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) and GIS you have the ability to create damage assessments, work orders, and notifications on your mobile device. Allowing for more accurate data collection in the field.

Brad Bowness
Hydro One
Vice President of Distribution

“Working with Critigen, we were able to tightly integrate GIS with SAP’s Work Manager, cutting the data update time from 180 days to just 4 or 5 days. And now our crews have up-to-date data, every week.”