One Common Integration Architecture
Up until now, Integration was an afterthought and primarily driven by whatever technology an application vendor offered. Companies relegated their project-focused integration objectives through a one-off approach where an application was integrated with another application through a point-to-point and perhaps a proprietary approach. This point-to-point and organic growth over the years has resulted in what we refer to as an "Accidental Architecture" that provides little interoperability and scalability. Application and data is locked in silos and cannot be shared or integrated easily.
Bridge coordinates all integration work as the Integration SME in order to provide clients with one common integration architecture and end-to-end integration while working with vendors.
Real-time integration with single and consistent view of information and data throughout the organization provides for the development of new processes and capabilities such as Load Curtailment, Self Healing, fault location detection and restoration, remote connect and disconnect, advance billing, time of usage and variable rate billing and other such demand management programs.
The BRIDGE Integration Solution leverages the eFAME™ Methodology and eFAME™ Platform to provide you with a foundation for an integrated IT Reference Architecture by delivering the following:
• Integration product evaluation against specific business and technology
• Data modeling and standards analysis
• Integration Architecture Planning, Design and Roadmap definition
• Integration platform installation and proof of concept
• Integration Services design, development, and testing
• System integration, test and implementation management for ISO and utility systems, including: Market and Energy Management Systems, Dispatch and Compliance Systems, Load Forecasting and Management, Outage
Management, Meter Data Management, Settlements and Billing, Demand Management and more
Bridge is an active participant in developing open standards for interoperability and integration
Smart Grid Integration
Many Smart Grid projects have been delayed due to the technical challenges brought about by the lack of strategic IT planning. Make Smart Grid a reality with an enterprise integration architecture.
Power Systems Integration
Real-time integration with consistent view of information and data throughout the organization, enabling development of new capabilities such as Load Curtailment, Self Healing, fault location detection, & more.