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    County of St. Lucie Goes Live With Hansen CIS

    March 23, 2021 - MARCH 23, 2021


      March 23rd, 2021 – Hansen Technologies (ASX:HSN) is pleased to announce that the County of St. Lucie is now live with the company’s latest release of Hansen CIS . The county, part of the state of Florida, provides water services to rural residents in the county and has been a long-standing customer of Hansen since 1992.

      Equipped with enhanced user interface (UI) configuration capabilities and an expanded integration framework, Hansen CIS enables North American utilities and municipalities to manage the full customer service and revenue lifecycle for water and energy services. The solution offers convenience and ease-of-use to streamline and coordinate billing operations with a secure, low cost of ownership. It also eliminates the need for expensive hardware purchases, while taking advantage of the latest secure technology maintained by Hansen – thus reducing operational risk.

      Furthermore, the County of St. Lucie will also benefit from new reporting capabilities enabled by the implementation of Hansen Business Intelligence – thus allowing a level of granularity into billing operations, in order to provide a higher degree of service to the customer base.

      John May, CEO, Americas, Hansen Technologies, commented: “With the partnership between Hansen and the County of St. Lucie now spanning close to three decades, we could not be more proud to support them as strategic partners, as they look to chart a transformational path forward for all customers and the residents of St. Lucie.”

      The go-live at the County of St. Lucie follows the recent successful go-lives of Hansen CIS at the City of Mesa, the City of Charlotte, the City of Columbus and the City of Regina.

      For further information about Hansen Technologies, please visit

      About Hansen Technologies
      Hansen Technologies (ASX: HSN) is a leading global provider of software and services to the energy, water and communications industries. With its award-winning software portfolio, Hansen serves 550+ customers in over 80 countries, helping them to create, sell, and deliver new products and services, manage and analyze customer data, and control critical revenue management and customer support processes.
      For more information, visit

      About the County of St. Lucie
      Incorporated in 1905, the County of St. Lucie is included in the Port St. Lucie Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Port St. Lucie Combined Statistical Area. It comprises the City of Fort Pierce (county seat), City of Port St. Lucie and St. Lucie Village. The county provides services to more than 300,000 residents.
      Established in 1994, the St. Lucie County Utility Division serves the residents and businesses within the county’s service area by providing water, wastewater and reclaimed water services.

      Adnan Bashir
      Senior Corporate Communications Manager
      Hansen Technologies
      +1 647-204-0999


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