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CASS - Contracts and Settlement System

CASS is a contract management solution for participants in the wholesale water supply chain. The system provides an end-to-end solution from capturing meter data to performing settlements and preparing invoices.

CASS can be tailored to the particular business needs of water supply entities, transport authorities and retailers and distributors. Contracts can be written on various commodities and services including potable water, untreated water, treatment services and transport.

The functions offered within CASS include:
  • Meter data capture: The system captures volumetric flow data by meter ID and aggregates into regions. Meter data can be captured from disparate sources in a uniform format at irregular meter reading times.
  • Contract settlement and invoicing: Monthly contract settlements are calculated for sales and purchases of goods and services. Reconciliation is available for invoices received, and invoice data is prepared in a format for export to the enterprise financial system.
  • Contract reporting: Report summary data on contracts: volume, prices, revenues and costs.
  • Meter data reporting: Report cumulative flow between dates, calculate in flows and out flows. Reconcile flows into and out of regions and calculate losses.
  • Contract adjustments: Retrospective changes to historical volume data flow through to an adjustment amount in the current invoice. Changes to contracts can be administered through contract versions.

For more information about CASS please contact Energy Edge