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Four Organizations Go Live on CIS Infinity

Advanced Utility Systems has completed six implementations in the past seven months

Toronto, Canada. December 20, 2005.

Advanced Utility Systems (Advanced) is pleased to announce that the following clients have now gone live on CIS Infinity®: the City of Pomona, the City of Cerritos, the first three member cities of LOGIS and Reedy Creek Improvement District.

About the four organizations, representing six implementations:

  • The City of Pomona, California bills approximately 29,000 active accounts for water, wastewater, and solid waste services. Pomona went live with CIS Infinity in April, 2005.
  • The City of Cerritos, California which provides water, sewer, fire and solid waste services to approximately 15,000 customers went live in June, 2005.
  • Three member cities of LOGIS (Local Government Information Systems Association): Maple Grove, Lakeville and Richfield, Minnesota went live on CIS Infinity in July of 2005. The three cities are the first group of 18 member cities of LOGIS to go live on the software, while the others are due to implement CIS Infinity over the next 18 months. Maple Grove bills approximately 21,000 customers on a quarterly basis for water, sewer, streetlights, recycling, water treatment and commercial centre membership services. Lakeville provides water, sewer, streetlights, and storm drainage services to approximately 14,500 customers and bills on a quarterly basis. Richfield bills approximately 11,000 customers for water, sewer, recycling, storm drainage and service charges on a quarterly basis.
  • Reedy Creek Improvement District (RCID) which provides electric, natural gas, water, and solid waste services, is the home of Walt Disney World, and encompasses 25,000 acres in the heart of Central Florida. RCID went live in early October, 2005.

Patricia Sorbara, President and Chief Executive Officer of Advanced said this about the recent implementation successes: “CIS implementations are complicated and as a result the risk of failure of these projects can be quite high. A successful implementation requires a strong working relationship between vendor and client as well as a commitment to getting the job done.” Ms. Sorbara continued: “The fact that Advanced has successfully completed six implementations of CIS Infinity in seven months is evidence of the hard work and dedication of our clients and staff.”

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Northern Kentucky Water District:
"Our customers needed a seamless upgrade. We had more confidence in the Advanced strategy than any other vendor's -- their implementation and conversion process were designed to flex for a unique situation like ours."

City of Bellevue:
"Throughout the 10-month conversion and implementation project, Advanced brought excellent people to the table, and we've arrived at the end of the project with all our requirements met."

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