Grant County Public Utility District to use DINGO’s Trakka® software tool
Denver, CO 09 Jan 2013 – DINGO, a company focused on strategic data management, has received an order from Grant County Public Utility District in Washington State for a one-year license of Trakka ®, DINGO’s cloud-based predictive analytical and workflow maintenance management tool. This license includes the Trakka® Core Data Analysis and the Condition Intelligence® Modules. Grant County PUD previously was a user of DINGO’s FleetOil® software, an earlier predecessor of Trakka®.
Grant County PUD operates two large hydroelectric power plants on Washington’s Columbia River. These two dams utilize 20 generating units capable of producing nearly 2000 megawatts of clean energy. This Trakka ® license agreement is an entirely remote program for Grant County PUD’s fixed and mobile assets on their hydroelectric generators.
The Grant County PUD order represents the continued growth of the use of Trakka® by major renewable energy producers and consumers.
Bob Williams, DINGO Chief Business Officer, stated, “We are excited to renew our relationship with a former FleetOil® customer and to work closely with Grant County PUD as they continue their condition maintenance programs. We are fully committed to continuing our growth in providing strategic data management software and services to clients in the renewable energy markets worldwide.”
Founded in 1991, DINGO (dingo.com) is the world leader in providing focused condition management software, systems and experts to heavy asset-intensive industries. In the mining industry, DINGO’s systems drive real results of increased availability and reduced operating costs, which provide typical payback of >3:1 within 12 months. DINGO’s software and experts are widely used in the global Mining, Energy and Rail sectors. DINGO is a privately held company, headquartered in Brisbane, Australia, with offices also in the U.S. and Canada.