OMS software to be shared across whole Group

On July 11th 2018, the Workshop on introduction of the competence in management of stopping and reducing power supply and the software for Outage management system (OMS) was held in Hanoi.

Mr. Nguyen Minh Khiem - Deputy Director of IT Telecommunication Department said that, presently, the outage management system (OMS) software was developed by power corporations themselves by customized versions, with complete difference in power grid deployment, organization models.

With the goal to unify the shared software across the Corporation, over the past time, the Corporation’s working group has deployed assessment of the professional features and selected the OMS software of Ho Chi Minh City Power Corporation (EVNMC) as the core, assigned EVNICT to continue to develop, complete the software features, striving to replicate it across the entire power units of the Corporation.

The workshop focusing on the development orientation of OMS software’s features

According to the assessment, the OMS program developed by EVNHCMC is highly appreciated by users for its visibility of the single-stranded power grid diagram, elements defining the interconnection logic part, visual source transfer calculation method for the operator, friendly interface, being capable to link with other software and equipped with the most sufficient features among the softwares developed by power corporations.

At the Workshop, Mr. Ngo Anh Viet - Director of the Center for Customer Care of EVNHCMC, representative of the software development unit introduced and presented the features and organizational model of the power grid of OMS software. Representatives attending the Workshop also discussed the reality of use demand, features that need to be completed of the software.

Based on the response from power corporations, the Group will assign EVNICT to adjust the OMS software to meet the demand of 5 power corporations as well as compatibly link with other EVN’s software such as: CMIS 3.0, CRM.


  • 11/07/2018 03:24