Since ETRM software was first introduced around 20-years ago, developers have continually sought to move from developing solutions designed to support specific commodities such as crude oil, natural gas, and electric power, to building solutions that catered for multiple energy commodities. In part, their objective was to reduce costs – specifically integration costs, but without a doubt, part of the objective was self-serving, as this also allowed them to broaden the appeal of their software to a larger and more lucrative market.
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