Los Angeles, CA – There is a lot riding on successful smart grid technology, which is why PERI Software Solutions Inc. is doing its part to educate the public and media on its deployment. PERI Software Solutions Inc., a global business solutions company will be featured in a CNN Headline News local edition interview July 5th and July 11th, in Los Angeles and Southern California (check local TV Guide listings.)
(L-R) Chief Technology Officer Satish Chetty,PERI Software, Sarav Periasamy, Pres., CEO, PERI Software Solutions Inc. and Daniel J. Zaragoza, Dir. Electric Dist. Ops., SDGE, a Sempra Energy utlitity at recent Smart Grid Conf. in San Diego, CA.
Last October, the Dept. of Energy allocated $11 billion for smart grid creation, and utilities are investing millions of their own f unds to electric grid improvements in their service areas. While smart grid development is being tested nationwide, PERI has been offering smart grid technology after testing and measuring successful cost saving results over the last two years.
“We are the Asian business-owned smart grid technology leader in this space providing end-to-end smart grid business solutions,” President and CEO Sarav Periasamy, PERI Software told TV Host Tracy Young, CNN Headline News local edition. The interview airs on Charter Communications, Inc. SoCal cable stations, servicing millions of viewers from Ventura County, Los Angeles County, San Bernadino County, Riverside County and Big Bear to Victorville, CA.
“Smart grid technology is mainly used by utilities, and thanks to the Obama Administration it will be more affordable to customers and consumers,” he said. “Research shows that 60 percent of the electricity generated in this country is lost to inefficiencies, and the fact that smart grid technology is green and does not cost more, customers will feel good about saving energy and the planet.”
PERI has been offering smart grid technology after testing and measuring successful cost saving results over the last two years. “We are the Asian-business- owned smart grid technology leader in this space providing end-to-end smart grid business solutions,” he said.
Periasamy is scheduled to speak at the California Utilities Diversity Council’s 2010 Green Diversity Summit on Monday, June 28th, which takes place at the Sacramento Convention Center. He’ll speak about how he grew his successful company from a small startup to global business.
PERI, a global business solutions company, is headquartered in Newark, New Jersey. Earlier this year PERI opened offices in the Wells Fargo Tower in the business district of downtown Los Angeles. The worldwide company also has offices in San Jose and Chennai, India.
“After servicing clients in California and on the West Coast, we learned it was vital to bring our services closer to a rapidly growing technology market,” said Periasamy. “Los Angeles leads the Pacific Rim in just about every industry and we
want to help utilities and businesses meet the technology needs of regional and international markets.”
Founded in 1999, PERI is a global business solutions company, which has grown to more than 700 plus employees and delivers high value-cost effective technology based business solutions. PERI draws on deep industry expertise and a portfolio of interrelated consulting, business processes, application development along with smart-intelligent hardware and software products. PERI blends strategic design, proven technology, and timely delivery of solutions that maximize customers return on IT investment. For more info visit: www.perisoftware.com.