Our team’s project management and Microsoft SharePoint services have facilitated the release of the Electric Power Board of Chattanooga (EPB)’s EPBFI.com. EPB is actively building a 100 percent fiber-optic Smart Grid. EPBFI.com will serve as an innovative communication platform for their 160,000+ customers.
Our skills and leverage of SharePoint as a project management tool ensured accurate communication and scheduling during the EPBFI.com project. The site, designed and developed by Chattanooga-based Medium, precedes the February 2010 release of Medium’s EPB.net; each new site has been designed to engage EPB customers with the company’s upcoming fiber optic service packages. EPBFI.com features a handful of new customer-focused tools, including MyFi– a portal allowing customers to access their EPB services account while learning about new fiber optic services.
We understand how enterprise-level environments operate and the critical nature of their services. Our team’s knowledge of how to effectively navigate the corporate setting guided Medium and EPB toward organized progress, and made sure EPB’s goals were accomplished on EPBFI.com. Our active leadership facilitated EPB’s success by ensuring all parties involved in the project had what they needed to succeed.
Our team enjoyed helping EPB Vice President of Corporate Communications Danna Bailey bring the powerful EPBFI.com to her customers.
“Their project management has greatly improved the efficiency of our project,” Bailey said.
Many thanks to the teams at EPB, Medium, and every other vendor who helped make EPBFI.com a successful tool for EPB’s customers. We’re proud to do our part by enabling EPB to accomplish their goal of a sustainable, energy-efficient Smart Grid for the greater Chattanooga area. The Smart Grid project is expected to have a positive economic impact on the region.
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