Contigo Stays Busy

Contigo has been busy focused on project work recently, according to CEO, Simon Wheeler. Both of the big Scottish projects have now gone live, he told me, with several new exciting projects in motion. Since its acquisition by Australia’s EnergyOne, it has also signed a handful of new customers, which have also kept the Contigo team busy. After a relatively quiet couple of months over the summer, Simon says that interest levels have again surged and Contigo is seeing a lot of inbound inquiries. “People are looking to invest in systems,” he said. “After a couple of small UK retailers went bankrupt, there are some nervous players in the market keen to ensure that risks are understood and covered and positions known,” he continued. Indeed, it seems as if the smaller retailers exiting the market had been relying on spreadsheets to manage their business as opposed to using auditable and reliable commercial ETRM software. Simon reminded me yet again, that there are many new entrants in the market that may have had the benefit of a lot of experience around systems. This was something that I understood at ETEM moderating a panel around smaller, new entrants and ETRM. Contigo was… continue reading
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