Atlanta-based asset management software firm Ventyx has won deals worth $6.5 million with utilities in Ecuador as the South American country seeks to modernize its power generation infrastructure. 

TRANSELECTRIC, the national utility handling power generation, and Ecuador’s National Energy Control Center, or CENACE, have upgraded to the same Ventyx system, enabling them to work better together. 

Ventyx was formed by the merging of Atlanta-based Indus International and Mincom, which were both acquired by the Swiss company ABB in 2008 and 2010, respectively. 

The Ventyx office in Brazil handled the Ecuador deal. The company also provides software for other asset-heavy industries like mining, heavy manufacturing and oil and gas. 

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