Friday, March 7, 2008
GARDEN CITY, NY - When top North American retail energy company mangers gather March 11-12 in Frisco for KEMA's 19th Executive Forum, EC Infosystems will support the industry leadership summit by sponsoring luncheon events each day.
This is the second straight year EC Infosystems, a leading provider of electronic commerce technology to retail energy companies, is serving as supporting partner at the KEMA Executive Forum.
"This event brings together the brightest minds in energy marketing, and as a leading EDI software developer we're there to support the exchange of ideas and offer new technology solutions," said Mohan Wanchoo, EC Infosystems president.
"As many energy markets transition to a competitive environment and have to deal with volatile energy prices, efficiency and customer responsiveness become even more important," he added. "Our software solutions improve performance in both of those arenas."
KEMA's 19th Executive Forum will assemble senior leaders across North America to discuss critical strategic issues facing retail energy markets. The forum gathers diverse perspectives and spurs vigorous debate among executives from leading retailers and start-ups, senior policy makers, investors and customers.
"Support from leading-edge companies like EC Infosystems is essential in bringing together an executive forum of this level," said Taff Tschamler, Director-Retail Energy of KEMA. "We'll be tackling big issues in Frisco - from clean energy to competitive electricity marketing to the impact of government policy - and EC Infosystems is helping make the exchange of ideas possible."
EC Infosystems is a market-leading electronic commerce solutions firm with more than 300 clients across the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe. The company's sophisticated software improves efficiency and operating performance, giving clients a competitive advantage.
For more information on the company, visit www.ecinfosystems.com.