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EC Infosystems Announced as 2021 New York Energy Marketing Conference Overall Sponsor

  • Sep 23, 2021 2:00 am GMT
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UNIONDALE, N.Y. – September 23, 2021 – EC Infosystems, a leader in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Billing/Customer Information Solutions (CIS) for companies in the deregulated energy industry, has announced that they will be the overall sponsor for the 2021 Energy Marketing Conference in New York City on Thursday, October 7th.

This semi-annual event marks the post-pandemic return to in-person events, as the prior two events in November 2020 and April 2021 were held virtually. The conference will convene at New York Hilton Midtown, located at 1335 6th Avenue in the convenient midtown east area of New York City.

This year’s New York event is the 16th since the conference’s creation, with EC Infosystems participating as an overall sponsor for the semi-annual event since its founding in 2015.

“We look forward to welcoming back our clients and industry colleagues in New York at EMC, a staple industry gathering that EC Infosystems has proudly supported from its inception,” says Mohan Wanchoo, President and CEO of EC Infosystems. “We thank the EMC community for fostering an environment of innovation, creativity, and collaboration.”

Virtual attendance at the past two events reached well over 700 attendees. EMC looks to carry that momentum into the first in-person gathering since the Houston EMC, held in early March 2020.

“As we return to in-person events and continue to grow EMC’s presence as the largest retail energy conference, we value our founding sponsors like EC Infosystems more than ever to continue to support the event and our exponential growth strategies,” explains Larry Leikin, co-founder of EMC. 

Ananda Goswami, Chief Revenue Officer of EC Infosystems, will moderate the event’s opening panel at 9:30 AM, “The COO Roundtable,” where c-level operations executives will discuss efficiency strategies and the subsequent effect on the retailer’s bottom line. Goswami will also be a panelist on the third panel of the day at 11:15 AM, discussing retailer reputations and how to fix them amid crises.

“Our support for EMC extends beyond just our sponsorship role and translates into active participation in meaningful discussions and presentations that will inevitably benefit the retail sector as a whole,” says Goswami. “It is through these engagement opportunities at events like EMC that energy deregulation will continue to evolve as an industry.”

McKenzie Meek, Manager of Market Strategy at EC Infosystems shall also be presenting an executive workshop at 8:30 AM, titled “Using Technology to Gain and Retain Customers.” Meek will discuss opportunities for retailers to leverage technology to reduce customer churn and preserve the customer relationship.

Registration for the October 7th event is still open. Register here to mark your attendance at one of the largest events in the retail energy industry and to take advantage of EC Infosystems’ exclusive discount code for 20% off the cost of registration.

 

About EC Infosystems

EC Infosystems is a market-leading Software as a Service provider (SaaS) of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and UtiliBill™ (Billing/Customer Information Solutions (CIS)), serving more than 300 clients in the deregulated energy industry across the United States. The company's sophisticated software platform is user friendly, improves efficiency and operating performance, and provides clients with a strong competitive advantage. For more information, visit www.ecinfosystems.com

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ECI Media Contact                                                                                          Andreya Shaak
ECInfosystems
516-874-8000
ashaak@ecinfosystems.com

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