Both Red Clay and Process Solutions Assurance have brought tremendous technical and functional experience to the Oracle Utilities market place over the last 15 years. Both organizations have developed methods, best-practices, accelerators and software offerings that help minimize risk and heighten return for their customers. Combining these offerings to address the unique needs of both existing and new Oracle Utilities Work & Asset Management (WAM) customers provides a best-case scenario for those seeking services and extensions for their implementation.

Red Clay and PSA have developed a specific offering to help existing Oracle WAM customers assess, measure and plan for upgrading their systems to the latest platform. This short engagement will utilize senior resources experienced in both platforms combined with automated tools to quickly assess current and future state scenarios. Deliverables will provide support for the internal business case and planning efforts of any Utility considering the move.

Additionally, PSA and Red Clay will present a seamless implementation offering for Utilities that need to implement the new Oracle Utilities WAM solution. A full-service consulting solution will include project management, functional and technical resources, testing, training and support based on the utility needs.

“We are excited to announce this partnership with Red Clay,” says John Clow, PSA CEO. ”Our companies are founded on our ethics and passion for our clients’ sustainable success and with this partnership we are delivering exactly that. Our proven domain expertise in work/asset management and reliability/ISO 55000 accreditations, combined with automated tools we bring, make this the most complete and advanced offering in the market.”

“This partnership is what the utilities need right now,” says Paul Marnell, Red Clay’s managing partner. “We can provide clients the best possible functional and technical knowledge, while providing the accountability needed for a successful implementation. We don’t believe in delivering anything less than one hundred percent client satisfaction and project success.”

About Red Clay Consulting:
Founded in 2001, Atlanta-based Red Clay Consulting is a leading systems integration and consulting firm in the energy and utilities industry. Red Clay is a Gold Level member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) and implements enterprise solutions based on the Oracle Utilities framework. Red Clay is ambitiously led with integrity by industry experts who are proud to manage a team of dedicated, driven, and enthusiastic employees. Visit to learn more about our mission of doing what’s right and fair for our clients, employees, and company.

About PSA:
Founded in 2010, Process Solutions Assurance (PSA) provides focused consulting services & technology solutions to meet the end-to-end needs of the water/gas/electric utility enterprise. Recently named a Top 25 Powerful Oracle Company by CIO Story Magazine, and a Gold Level member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), PSA is a leading provider of project strategy & planning, solution selection, integration and implementation of Oracle Utilities applications such as Work & Asset Management (WAM). PSA’s team is proud to be Certified Reliability Leaders (CRL) and ISO 55000 accredited under the Association of Maintenance Professionals. Visit to learn more about how PSA is changing the way utilities value their assets.

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