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Clevest Joins Smart Cities Council, the Coalition for Smart Sustainable Cities

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Clevest has announced that it has joined the Smart Cities Council as an Associate Partner. The Smart Cities Council is a coalition of industry thought leaders, innovators and practitioners dedicated to improving the livability, workability and sustainability of the world’s cities.

Clevest offers a complete solution for the smart city and utility mobile workforce to help deploy, operate and maintain infrastructure. Clevest’s solutions improve worker and citizen safety, reduce the environmental impact of field work, and increase operational efficiency to drive down the cost to serve citizens.

“We share the Smart Cities Council’s vision of cities that are livable, workable and sustainable,” stated Thomas Ligocki, President and CEO, Clevest. “As a worldwide provider of mobile workforce automation solutions for smart grid and smart city field operations, Clevest is proud to support and inform city leaders, planners and citizens in building sustainable cities.”

“Clevest enables cities and utilities to rapidly automate and optimize field installation, operations and maintenance of new smart technologies,” added Jesse Berst, Chairman of the Smart Cities Council. “Their deep domain knowledge and international experience will provide the tools cities need to transform their field operations.”

Clevest will showcase their solutions at Smart Cities Week – North America’s first major smart cities conference and expo hosted by the Smart Cities Council in Washington, D.C. on September 15-17, 2015.

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