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DTN acquires Energy Management Institute

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Insight, analysis, and decision-support solutions company, DTN has acquired Energy Management Institute (EMI), a professional services firm providing insight into the energy future.

“The acquisition of EMI is aligned with DTN’s strategy to expand our footprint in the Energy and Financial Services sectors, and provides our customers with the knowledge and information needed to improve critical business decisions,” said DTN Co-CEO, Jerre Stead. “The acquisition gives DTN access to an educational platform and business model that expands the services we can provide to our current and future customers.”

EMI provides specialised education and training services to the energy industry. It delivers hands-on, interactive programs and uses its market expertise to publish business-critical indices and newsletters that provide market news and analysis, including purchasing and hedging advice, pricing and more.

“EMI’s experienced team and educational model combined with DTN’s market-leading solutions creates an opportunity to drive growth among existing and new customers,” said Stephen Gloyd, partner at EMI. “The combination will help get our products in front of customers in the Energy and Financial Services markets who may not have been aware of them before.”

DTN Co-CEO, Sheryl von Blucher, said: “Another benefit of the acquisition is that feedback from EMI’s educational courses will create an opportunity to use that information to create new, higher-value offerings for our customers. This will enhance our ongoing efforts to provide our customers with customisable, real-time business intelligence to help them make critical business decisions with complete confidence.”

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/special-reports/12042018/dtn-acquires-energy-management-institute/

 

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