provides integrated system solutions to electric utilities to monitor and control the flow of electric energy. TalentSoft provided OATI with the tools and the expertise to create ETS (Energy Trading System). ETS is an easy to use market enabling software system designed to allow geographically diverse energy market participants to engage in a variety of trading activities. ETS was developed using TalentSoft’s Web+, rapid web application development tool and middle ware.
To build a web-based scheduling system for energy traders and energy transmission operators. The system must also provide validation of energy trading transactions, as a requirement under the NERC (North American Energy Readiness Council).
talentsoft provided OATI with the tools and the expertise to create webSchedulerTM, a comprehensive web-enabled scheduling system designed for the electrical energy trading market. webScheduler offers real-time validation of energy trading transactions (also known as "tags") and fully complies with the NERC electronic tagging requirements. webScheduler is written in Web+, talentsoft's development language middleware tool.
OATI's webScheduler is accessible from and ordinary web-browser and has an automated interface to the transaction management and tagging operations of OATI's Energy Trading System (ETS). Electric power marketers and energy transmission operators can use OATI's webScheduler to generate schedules for any time period based on the NERC tags. The schedules can also be created automatically or by manual entry. webScheduler also includes many more features made available from talentsoft's Web+. The individual features can be configured to meet the individual company's needs and include:
- Displays that help users manage assets, obligations and positions.
- Hourly, daily or monthly scheduling display.
- Fast data entry via a simple "point-and-click" operation.
- Query-based information management system.
- Historical data storage and retrieval capabilities.
OATI's webScheduler is actually one component from a suite of applications called the Energy Trading System (ETS). ETS was designed to allow geographically diverse energy market participants to engage in a variety of trading activities. All components of ETS were developed using talentsoft's Web+, a powerful and comprehensive development language for use in creating web-based client/server applications.