EPRM’s list of software vendors and selected client firms

As we have done in previous years, EPRM asked all the companies in this directory to provide a list of their clients. While some have too many to provide an exhaustive list of them here, others have preferred to name a select few or just the types of companies they serve.

The broad range of company types must be encouraging news to software vendors, with banks, energy traders, generators, and even other software firms listed as clients.

This listing also reveals the diversity of software firms’ products, with some users appearing several times as the clients of different vendors.

The consolidation in both the energy and software sectors may see this list shrinking in years to come but, for the time being at least, both industries seem very much

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