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Specific Versions Available for Energy Market Operators and Market Participants


  • Full-Featured Modular Platform Designed Specifically for Energy Market Operators and Larger Market Participants

    • Fully configurable settlement calculations to implement all market rules and operating procedures

    • Sophisticated Task Automation Capabilities, Including Task Scheduling, Sequencing and Business-Day Dependencies

    • Fully Configurable Invoicing and Reporting

    • Extensive and Configurable Data Acquisition APIs

    • Support for Legacy System Integration

    • Multi-threaded parallel processing for ultra-high performance

  • Available installed On-Site or as Cloud-Based Platform


The Energy Settlements Module powered by the EnSuite® high-speed calculation engine is a configurable, template-driven computational framework supporting a full range of calculations. Calculations are driven by a fully configurable rule stack capable of calculating transactional charges and credits no matter the complexity of the market. With a complete set of arithmetic, logical and relational operators, the EnSuite® Settlements module is capable of meeting the tariff, regulatory and user requirements in any market across the globe. Configurability makes rule and regulatory changes routine. EnSuite® scalability and maintainability make for long-term value.

A full-featured user interface is provided that is fast and intuitive. Optimized for quick review, process control and management to reduce staff time and work flow interruptions.

EnSuite® Energy Settlements supports large data volumes and data intensive computations. Flexible aggregation of calculation rules and data sources together with full version tracking allow for estimation, validation, shadow calculations, and what-if analysis without missing a beat.

On-demand or scheduled invoicing can be set to coincide with business-day calendars, with built-in capabilities for review, approval and line-item adjustments prior to publishing.

Standardized one-click reports cover a wide range of common data requests, while the ad-hoc query interface features pre-built data objects with a custom query panel to allow users to build custom reports and respond to ad-hoc data requests.

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