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Agility CIS feels energetic about Japan

Henry Burrell
Tue, 20 Apr 2021

Mari Reddy is confident Agility’s systems will fit well with Japan’s evolving energy sector.
Henry Burrell
Tue, 20 Apr 2021
Energy billing and software provider Agility CIS is making a concerted push into the Japanese market.That country’s retail utility market was reformed in 2016. This has led to hundreds of new providers all vying for business with over 700 new energy providers entering the market in the last five years (NZ has around 40). Agility wants to be there for a piece of the billing pie.  The company's president of US and Japan Mari Reddy told BusinessDesk he is confident the software as a service (SaaS) provider of utility billing and CIS...

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