MiPro Consulting, a nationally-recognized provider of PeopleSoft, Workday and Business Intelligence consulting services, today announced that it has been selected to provide PeopleSoft professional services for East Kentucky Power Cooperative's (EKPC) PeopleSoft business transformation project.
EKPC chose MiPro Consulting for a critical, strategic project involving the re-implementation of PeopleSoft Financials and implementation of PeopleSoft Asset Lifecycle Management (ALM) across EKPC's generation and transmission operations. In addition, MiPro will help deploy PeopleSoft's HCM Employee Self-Service and Talent Acquisition modules.
"We are delighted to have earned this strategic business from a such a progressive utility company and look forward to a close working relationship with EKPC over the coming years," said Chris Bishop, president of MiPro Consulting. "In addition to our reputation for PeopleSoft proficiency and experience, I believe our cultural fit, flexibility, ALM specialization and the strength of our consultants played a crucial role in winning the account."
MiPro won the bid after an intensive bidding process against other major professional services providers.
"MiPro Consulting was chosen because it has the talent and the experience to execute this project for East Kentucky Power," said Stacy Barker, EKPC's vice president of Corporate Services. "The project is going to involve nearly every area of our business, and we're confident that MiPro is going to help us make this a major success in the months to come."
The new relationship with EKPC further bolsters MiPro Consulting's renowned expertise in the PeopleSoft ALM suite of products. MiPro has been involved in many ALM implementation projects in North America and is recognized by Oracle as a leading expert in the PeopleSoft ALM market.
About MiPro Consulting
MiPro Consulting is a leading professional services organization focused on helping its clients achieve maximum value from their PeopleSoft, Workday, and Business Intelligence (Oracle BI, SAP Business Objects) investments. MiPro's professionals have proven expertise in delivering superior planning and assessment, project management, implementation, upgrade support, data management, and configuration services. Offering exemplary communication and professionalism and focusing on strong teamwork and applying real-world experience, MiPro Consulting's professionals continue to be recognized as leaders in the industry. To learn more, visit MiPro's website, its blog or its Twitter feed.
Winchester, KY-based EKPC is a not-for-profit organization providing wholesale electricity to 16 distribution cooperatives that serve 500,000 Kentucky homes, farms, businesses and industries across 87 counties. EKPC provides power through plants located in Mason, Clark and Pulaski counties, renewable energy plants in Boone, Laurel, Greenup, Hardin and Pendleton counties, along with natural gas peaking units, hydro power and more than 2,800 miles of transmission lines. Nearly eight percent of EKPC's generating capacity comes from renewable sources. Together, EKPC and the member cooperatives are known as Kentucky's Touchstone Energy Cooperatives.