Customers receive the first year of software maintenance and support as part of our license pricing for SilverBlaze Portal solutions.
Annual software renewals—for continued software maintenance and support—start after the first year license. The annual software renewal program provides product maintenance agreements, which include:
Our utility customers have access to the following consulting services for SilverBlaze projects:
Project Management – Our AGILE certified senior consultants work with your utility to manage and deliver web self-service and workflow solutions to your customers on time and on budget.
Solution Architects – Using an iterative approach, our experts collaborate with your utility to tailor the SilverBlaze portal solution to perfectly suit your unique needs.
Application Development – With a focus on collaboration, our customers work with our highly trained and experienced staff to extend product functionality according to their specific requirements.
Training – Fast track your employees’ self-sufficiency with hands-on, on-site or web training sessions that focus on how to manage and support SilverBlaze implementations.
Form Architects – Working with the SilverBlaze Form Creator, we can design completely customized smart forms that your customers and staff will truly appreciate. Once implemented, these forms streamline the process of gathering information and completing routine requests.
To learn more about how we can help your utility achieve its objectives with our SilverBlaze portal software and services get in touch today!
Danville Utilities provides a variety of services including electric, natural gas, and water to over 48,000 residences and businesses in a 500-square mile service area. Providing a wide range of services presented Danville Utilities with a complex challenge.
Learn how the SilverBlaze Customer Portal addressed Danville’s
New innovations in technology and the constant evolution of consumer expectations are forcing change across all industries, and the utility sector is no different. Utility providers must now use next-generation technology to satisfy their customers, or risk being left behind.