Back Office

PCI’s GenManager Back Office System provides end-to-end workflow support for both ISO and non-ISO environments.  It includes robust capabilities for settling (and disputing) a wide range of market instruments, including the ability to:

  1. A.)  shadow and verify complex ISO charge codes and invoices
  2. B.)  Customize contract settlements
  3. C.)  Perform energy accounting of schedules, tags, and financial product deals

PCI forecasts settlements giving front-office personnel the ability to rapidly adjust and improve their market participation strategies. The GenManager Platform analyzes market performance results using predefined costing scenarios, comparison to optimized or other ad-hoc approaches. Allocating costs to internal or external entities is available before interfacing to general ledger packages.

Settlement data can be further analyzed using PCI’s Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence (BI) Analyzers.

BENEFITS
  • ISO and Shadow Settlements
  • An intuitive user interface for viewing and drilling into downloaded ISO invoices and settlement statements
  • Calculating settlements at the position or market instrument level (generator, load zone, virtual bids, internal/external transactions, FTRs, etc.)
  • Creating independent shadow settlements for side-by-side comparison with ISO settlement statements
  • Identifying discrepancies between ISO settlement statements and independent shadow settlements
    • Submitting and tracking disputes with the ISO
  • Calculate next-day pre-settlement estimates prior to the availability of actual ISO statements
  • Transmission Providers and Transmission Customers can verify, manage, view and report on transmission settlement statements data
  • Validating ISO invoices based on published information weekly and monthly invoicing approval processes a simple check

PCI Supports
  • Standard and non-standard deal products for all North American markets
  • Allocations
  • Energy Accounting
  • Transmission Settlement
  • Tolling, or other types of Contract Settlement