PCI Honored as 2014 Diverse Supplier Excellence Award Recipient
December 4th, 2014 – Norman, OK – PCI (Power Costs, Inc.) is pleased to announce that it has been named as a recipient of the 2014 Arizona Public Service Diverse Supplier Excellence Award. The award recognizes diverse suppliers who develop innovative ideas and solutions that enable them to better serve their customers. PCI was presented with the award at a luncheon held in Phoenix Oct. 30.
PCI received the award for its exceptional support of APS’ strategic framework and supply chain vision. APS leadership identified the company as a standout for consistently demonstrating superior performance in providing mission critical software and implementation services.
PCI Chief Marketing Officer, Jason Kram, accepted the award from APS Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Don Brandt.
“For the past eight years, PCI and APS have jointly developed processes to optimize generation and gas management operations,” said Kram. “Clearly aligned with APS core business, PCI and APS have implemented innovative tools to achieve significant cost savings which have ultimately led to the recognition we are receiving today. This is a significant honor for PCI.”
In her introduction of PCI as an award recipient, APS Vice President and Chief Procurement Officer, Barbara Gomez, stated, “PCI is receiving this award based on its superior company-wide work ethic and dedication to aligning its interests with APS. PCI staff have always been highly responsive to our service needs and available when needed.”
About Power Costs, Inc. (PCI)
PCI is the leading provider of generation supply management and optimization software to energy focused companies. Founded in 1992 by Dr. Fred Lee, PCI continues to develop power industry software solutions, superior customer support and value-added services for top-tier energy customers. More than half of all power generation in the United States use PCI software solutions. PCI is a privately held company based in Norman, Oklahoma with offices in Houston, Texas and Raleigh, North Carolina. To learn more about PCI, please visit Powercosts.com.