Ringhel, the leading provider of IT solutions and services dedicated to the Romanian power and gas markets, recently concluded two contracts with Serbian utilities, thus expanding its activity in the neighboring country.
Expanding activity in Serbia is part of the company’s development strategy to gain new markets for their software products starting from 2018. After 2017 ended with more than 50% growth in turnover and the introduction of two new platforms into its product portfolio, Ringhel naturally proposed its evolution to external markets.
“The conclusion of two contracts with partners in Serbia is the first step in our growth beyond the borders of the country. Our solutions being chosen by the new external partners is a confirmation of the quality of our products, specifically developed for the needs of the players in the electricity and natural gas market, based on deep understanding of the concepts and processes in this activity. Our team is made up of specialists with strong background in the sector and therefore we like to say that we speak the same language with our partners, at home and abroad. This simplifies a lot the implementation of our software solutions”, said Mihai Dârzan, general manager of Ringhel.
At present, GeFEE software suite from Ringhel includes platforms dedicated to electricity and natural gas supply, electricity trading, electricity transaction balancing, and web platforms that allow operations with end consumers / customers, front desk operators or call centers and sales agents, as well as efficient management of bidding, contracting, switching, logging / disconnection processes.
Mihai Dârzan is one of the confirmed speakers for the Energy Breakfast Club – Reinventing Utilities, on November 1st!
The company’s portfolio includes over 50% of active Romanian suppliers, including CEZ, E.ON, ENGIE, MET Romania Energy and Restart Energy One.
Ringhel is an IT company with full Romanian capital, set up in 2011, specialized in software products and services for the electricity and natural gas markets.