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Our team of industry experts uses tested & distilled best-practices to craft solutions which are tailor-fit to your utility, and make your operations safer, more efficient, and more reliable.

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Utility GIS Solutions Put Work on the Map

We do implementation & integration of the full line of Esri and Schneider Electric software – from comprehensive, ground-up solutions to optimizing and expanding what you already have. Our focus isn’t just deploying software, but working with you to assess your needs and then craft a solution that best fits your scenario – based on our combined 100+ years of industry experience drawn from our key players’ history of working for Esri, Schneider Electric, and Autodesk. 

Not all implementations are equal

Efficient Workforce Management Tools

Based on our deep experience with integrating and streamlining how utilities get work done, we take a systematic approach to implementing tried-and-true methods of tracking, communication, forecasting and evaluating your projects & processes. Then, by tying together an integrated workflow with your different job components, we help you unleash your real potential through cost savings, efficiency, and post-completion analysis.

Integrated management gets things done

SSP Products Enable Smarter Workflows

We have been creating powerful & efficient tools for clients long enough that we have seen a number of common challenges that many utility companies face. That’s why we have packaged up some of our most popular solutions and enhancements into convenient add-ons that can be deployed to take your insight, reporting, and management to the next level and really let your utility maximize what it delivers to your customers.

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  • Southern Companies

    With our project completed, we now understand the capabilities and workflows necessary to leverage Portal for ArcGIS Server.

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  • Middle Tennessee (MTEMC)

    Thanks for all your and your team's hard work for this project. With all the issues we had along the way, SSP found solutions and the implementation went smoothly. As a result, today there are very few issues with Designer. Thanks for making this project a success. I look forward to working with you all on the next project.

    Philip Davenport

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  • Portland General Electric

    The entire experience to date has been a pleasure. David was patient and diligent in dealing with folks on our side to get established as a vendor. The on-site workshop was genuinely enjoyable. Skye brings an awesome enthusiasm and breadth of experience. I walked away from the workshop with potential solutions I didn't even think were possible.

    Isaac King

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  • Implementing PostgreSQL for ArcGIS Part III: Backup and Restore

    In Part I of the series, we introduced PostgreSQL as a viable Enterprise Geodatabase alternative. When we left off, we had a connection to an ArcGIS 10.2.1 database, and were able to create a feature class. In Part II, we continued to discuss the use of PostgreSQL for ArcGIS by adding a schema owner to receive and own feature datasets (plus contents). And lastly, we created permission roles and assign users to those roles. In this Post, we address a backup/restoration procedure.
  • [ Sep 06Ryan Potts ]

    Using GIS to Manage Ethernet Virtual Circuits and the Network they are Provisioned On

    For years GIS has been used to document and manage the assets and related connectivity representing the physical network model of a communications network. Lately, SSP has seen greater interest in managing the services that are being provisioned on the physical network model, while still being able to tie those services back to the geospatial information stored in the GIS. This blog post outlines a design that was done for an SSP customer, Consolidated Electric Cooperative, interested in this particular application.
  • HCA and Risk Analysis for Liquids Operators: An Overview

    Facing increasing regulations around pipeline safety, some organizations refine their HCA and risk analysis for liquids operators with advanced technology.