PayGO Power Selects ePsolutions, Inc. to Power Back Office

Updated: January 05, 2011

AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, ePsolutions, Inc., a leader in back office solutions for competitive energy resellers, announced the selection of their emPower software solution by Texas Retail Electric Provider, PayGO Power. ePsolutions was chosen by PayGO to automate all of their back office processes including full EDI transactions while supporting their entry into the prepaid electric market.

Headquartered in Sugar Land, TX, PayGO will be entering the Texas market as a new competitive retailer. With over 50 years of management experience with multiple prepaid products, PayGO has a solid understanding of the market and is prepared to aggressively expand into the ERCOT deregulated energy market. Their impressive product portfolio includes Prepaid Energy, Prepaid Home Phone, Prepaid Long Distance, Prepaid Wireless, Prepaid Internet, VoIP and Bill Pay.

"Our focus will be in the prepaid 'pay as you go' arena. When comparing total solutions that support AMS based prepaid products and beyond, ePsolutions was leagues above the others and had the only solution we found that did what they said it would," said David Dorwart, Chief Executive Officer at PayGO. "We know how challenging this complex industry can be and we understand that using a knowledgeable and experienced company that stands behind their product is vital to our success. Using ePsolutions' innovative prepaid solution, emPower.amp, we are able to offer flexibility, enhanced communication opportunities and increased payment options for our customers."

Steve Langerock, Chief Executive Officer at ePsolutions, commented, "ePsolutions extends a warm welcome to PayGO Power as they enter into the deregulated electric industry. We are excited to be working with this experienced management team and look forward to helping them develop a solid customer base in the rapidly growing prepaid market." Langerock also adds, "ePsolutions was proud to be first to market with emPower.amp, the first commercially available 'pay as you go' software solution designed specifically for use with AMS meters and Smart Grid Technology. We believe our work with REPs is a partnership allowing both parties to work together towards success, and we remain committed to bringing creative, powerful, new and innovative solutions to our partners, helping them to address this rapidly changing market segment."

About PayGO Power

PayGO Power uses PayGO Distributors as the leading Sales Distributor of PayGO Power. PayGO Distributors is a premier distribution hub of prepaid products, offering a range of energy products to fit the needs of today's prepaid consumer. They distribute everything from Pay-As-You-Go Energy and Prepaid Home Phone to Wireless and Bill Pay. Everything the prepaid customer is looking for, all in one place. For additional information, please visit www.paygodistributors.com or call 214-329-0711.

About ePsolutions, Inc.

ePsolutions delivers the industry's most fully integrated, automated, and cost effective back office solution on the market for competitive energy resellers. Combining the comprehensive emPower software with a knowledgeable team of experts, ePsolutions helps resellers substantially lower operating costs and free up resources to support other aspects of the business. ePsolutions was founded in 2004 to meet the needs of Texas retail electric providers. For more information, visit www.epsolutions.com.

SOURCE ePsolutions, Inc.

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