HCL bags Rs 100 Cr Himachal RAPDRP order
HCL Infosystems has bagged Rs 100 crore Re-structured Accelerated Power Development and Reform Program (RAPDRP) order from the Himachal Pradesh State Electricity Board (HPSEB). The project will entail deployment of a state wide solution to establish the baseline data and IT applications for energy accounting/auditing and IT based consumer service centres in 14 towns, comprising of 30 Sub Division offices and 293 other offices.
HCL will be setting up a Disaster Recovery Centre, and also modernise the existing Data Centre along with creating a Wide Area Network. Apart from the implementation of the real time automated meter reading system (AMR).
This project will further help HPSEB in rapid and accurate decision making towards power procurement, understanding the gaps in day to day operations. The implementation will also involve a seamless integration with systems like SAP, CRM, Billing, GIS.
With the deployment, HCL Infosystems will be further strengthening the Electricity Distribution System Infrastructure of HPSEB and implementing measures to curb losses.
Speaking on the occasion Executive Vice President Rajeev Asija said, “This being our second win in the space after the similar project won in Rajasthan testifies for our understanding and leadership in setting up IT based solutions for such critical projects in the country.”
The highlight of this project is the design and creation of the Data mining and warehousing environment. World class business intelligence tools like Query and Report, On Line Analytical Processing (OLAP) and Data Mining etc. will be configured and data stores created in the framework of the Data Warehouse.
This integrated system would help establishing integrated IT solution for meter reading, billing and collection, energy auditing & accounting for collection of accurate data and monitoring of loss reduction performance of HPSEB thereby increasing efficiency of its employees