WaterWorld magazine ran news about ARCOS’s project with the City of Riverside, Calif., Public Utilities (RPU), which will reduce paid wait time by $113,900 annually. Read more here.
The latest news on utility resource management
Rural Electric Magazine’s January 2020 edition has written about ARCOS’s project with Bluebonnet Electric Co-op as the lead story in the magazine’s “Project Profiles.” Read more about it here.
The ARCOS contract extension by Piedmont Airlines is being featured by Aviation Pros, the online home of Airport Business, Ground Support Worldwide and Aircraft Maintenance Technology news. Read how Piedmont will automate shift-bidding and work schedules for its maintenance group and administrative staff in the same way that ground handling staff have used ARCOS RosterApps for years.
The Co-op Refinery Complex (CRC), one of Canada’s largest refineries, selection of the ARCOS Resource Management Suite for automating shift management and emergency callouts at its facilities takes center stage in Hydrocarbon Engineering. Read all about it here.
Powergrid magazine has a feature story about Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative’s use of the ARCOS suite. Learn how Callout will improve the service to their growing customer base.
T&D World covers our new resource planning and sharing capabilities with the launch of Resource Planner, Event Awareness and Resource Assist Lite, a free version of ARCOS’s leading contractor management solution Resource Assist.
Read about it here.
Ground Support Worldwide magazine has published an article in its October edition describing Piedmont Airlines’s use of ARCOS RosterApps.
From the article: “[Piedmont’s] planning and support group now uses ARCOS RosterApps regularly to analyze, for instance, a current bid for a station by looking at coverage hours and comparing future flight schedules and plane requirements by overlaying the two and seeing the variance. If they note a variance, they can alert operations and suggest a new bid. This would shift coverage, so the station avoids being understaffed.”
Read more here.
Electric Light & Power has published our own Jim Nowak’s latest column which features his thoughts on how a common roster could, in part, aid utilities planning for and responding to a major event. Read it here!