Todd Eisenhauer

|Todd Eisenhauer
Todd Eisenhauer

About Todd Eisenhauer

The Engineering and Operations Solutions Division is responsible for overseeing the converting, ongoing support and satisfaction of Members using NISC's Engineering and Operations Solutions in both the Telecom and Utility Industries. The division provides regular input into the direction and design of all Engineering and Operations products provided by NISC and assists the Business Development and Marketing Division in the sale and marketing of Engineering and Operations products. Todd Eisenhauer, Vice President Engineering and Operations Solutions, has served NISC in many capacities over the course of 16 years. His career with NISC started in Member Support, where he supported Members with NISC’s first GIS system, then his support expanded to other engineering applications including OMS and WindMil. As a support team lead, he directed support and initiatives in the Engineering division at NISC. For the last three years he managed the Engineering and Operations in the Utility division. Eisenhauer earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Missouri Science and Technology, Rolla, MO.

NISC Expands Distribution Analytics Offering

Investment in Electrical Distribution Design, Inc. (EDD) Leverages Technology and Experience St. Louis, Mo., August 24, 2016 — To better serve its Members, National Information Solutions Cooperative (NISC) has made an equity investment in Electrical Distribution Design, Inc. (EDD).  This investment leverages EDD's DEW software within NISC's utility enterprise software. NISC has been working with EDD for several years, and now is the time to focus on leveraging EDD's technology and expertise. Under the terms of the arrangement, NISC will integrate EDD's analytics into its mapping and outage management system solutions.  "The solution has been well received by our cooperative and public power utility Members.  With hundreds of our Members collecting smart meter data, it's important that they can now leverage on-demand operational insights," said Todd Eisenhauer, Vice President of Engineering and Operations at NISC. With the DEW solution integrated into NISC's Distribution Analytics (DA), NISC's Members are empowered to make more informed decisions at a faster rate. "We appreciate the value of continually being able to model our system to make more real-time decisions about the assets and utilization of our distribution network," said Don Bowman, Wake EMC's Manager of Engineering. "Given the growth we see in distributed energy resources, having these analytics readily available enables us to be more responsive to adverse load conditions, and helps us identify ways to reduce system losses." The EDD DEW solution has been developed to meet the expectations set by outside regulatory agencies, to ensure the system is reliable and in compliance. In recent years EDD has completed timely research and modeling enhancements, in partnership with the Department of Energy, that quantify the system impacts from distributed energy resources. "NISC is an ideal partner for us to grow [...]

By | August 24th, 2016|Press Release|Comments Off on NISC Expands Distribution Analytics Offering

Winter Weather – I am Kind of a Big Deal – You Know

It’s early December and I am sitting in my office—it’s a nice 57 degrees outside, however, this time tomorrow it will be below freezing. With this drop in temperature most of the country is getting ready for some type of precipitation, whether snow, rain or somewhere in-between. Now is a good time to review your Outage Settings and verify you have your Winter Storm Settings ready to go. As you know, getting hit with freezing rain and sleet can be a real mess and having your system configured to handle the outages created in this type of event versus a summer thunderstorm can make a big difference. Check out these four links on the NISC Community to set your OMS storm settings and learn about some new features as well: Communicating Outage Information and Status (iVUE 27 only) The First Big Outage Event of the Summer Tips for Managing Major OMS Events Tips for Managing Major OMS Events – Part 2 of 2 Stay safe and warm out there and as always if you need any support or assistance, our team is just a phone call away. Current weather alerts for 12/04/2013 at

By | December 4th, 2013|Blog|0 Comments