Salesforce is the 800-pound gorilla in utilities software firm Gentrack's corner

Salesforce is the 800-pound gorilla in utilities software firm Gentrack's corner
Gentrack boss Gary Miles says 76% of utilities globally are still running on legacy enterprise resource planning software. (Image: NZME)
Rebecca Stevenson
New Zealand Exchange-listed software firm Gentrack is best positioned to win customers as utilities firms upgrade and modernise their systems, a new report says. Craigs Investment Partners analyst Joshua Dale said Gentrack, which offered billing and software systems for energy, water and airport customers, was the best of the “best-of-breed" billing system players. Dale said Gentrack stood out as the most credible player in its market, which included rival firm Kraken, owned by Octopus Energy. Gentrack had more than 60...

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