Your engineering department keeps your utility services running, so ensure they always have access to the most up-to-date information possible with SilverBlaze Smart Forms and workflow. SilverBlaze Smart Forms are able to keep every member of your engineering team connected through the use of intelligent forms and automated workflows.
The engineering departments of gas, electric, and water utility providers of all sizes will see immediate benefits from choosing SilverBlaze, including the ability to:
Empower Engineers with Intelligent Forms and Workflows
Through the use of intelligent forms and automated workflows, engineering departments in public, private, and municipal utility companies will have a complete overview of their critical information. SilverBlaze Smart Forms offer a rich assortment of intelligent web forms and automated workflows for engineering departments, including:
Give Your Engineering Department Tools to Succeed
The impact of implementing SilverBlaze Smart Forms and workflow software for your engineering department is wide-reaching:
Engineering departments are on the front lines for any utility company. Without them, utilities of all sizes would struggle to keep up with the demand for maintenance, upgrades, installations and service calls. SilverBlaze Smart Forms and workflows reduces the strain on engineering departments, allowing them to focus on the needs of the customer—improving satisfaction and reputation.
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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.
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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.