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    Mega Energy Successfully Converts to EC Infosystems for EDI and Billing/CIS in Texas and Northeast Markets

    September 12, 2017 - EC Infosystems


      UNIONDALE, N.Y. - September 12, 2017 - EC Infosystems, a leader in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Billing/Customer Information Solutions (CIS) for clients in the deregulated energy industry, announced today that Texas-based Mega Energy has officially gone live with EDI on the integrated Billing/CIS platform, UtiliBillT.

      The transition included all of Mega Energy's existing electric markets for EDI and Billing/CIS in 7 states and 13 utilities. With their largest electric footprint primarily in Texas, New England, and Illinois, Mega Energy believes natural gas and additional electric market expansion is also on the horizon, an integral reason for making the switch to EC Infosystems. In Texas, Mega Energy services customers under their Texans Energy brand.  

      "Looking at our company's goals in terms of customer growth and market expansion, we knew we needed to make a switch to a technology partner that could better support our specific needs in Texas and beyond," says CEO of Mega Energy, Javed Meghani. "Now that we are working with EC Infosystems, we realize just how critical a technology partner that helps us grow nationally is to our bottom line."

      "The Mega Energy conversion is a testament to our commitment to building out functionality for our clients and partners," explains EC Infosystems' President and CEO, Mohan Wanchoo. "We recognize that the retail energy community is diverse, so being able to uniquely fulfill client needs while adhering to market requirements is a key strength of EC Infosystems."

      Aside from converting Mega Energy to the customized, EDI-integrated UtiliBillT solution, EC Infosystems also delivered advanced system functionality to help Mega and Texas retailers alike navigate the market successfully.

      "With modules like Complex Billing and the Business Intelligence Dashboard, EC Infosystems' Texas clients have the tools they need to differentiate themselves in a competitive energy market," says Ananda Goswami, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at EC Infosystems.

      After several recent mergers and acquisitions of EDI and Billing/CIS vendors, EC Infosystems remains one of the stand-alone providers with a stable management team and organic growth plans.

      About EC Infosystems
      EC Infosystems is a market-leading Software as a Service provider (SaaS) of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and UtiliBill (Billing/Customer Information Solutions (CIS)), serving more than 300 clients in the deregulated energy industry across the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe. The company's sophisticated software platform is user friendly, improves efficiency and operating performance, and provides clients with a strong competitive advantage. For more information, visit


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      Andreya Shaak
      EC Infosystems 


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