The comprehensive platform that creates a digital twin of utility overhead systems, giving you centralized control of compliance, risk management, and optimization.
Centrally manage your overhead system in the cloud.
Collect, model, and optimize overhead T&D assets.
Perform sag and tension calculations.
Master your use of SPIDA software, either on-site or online.
Develop or enhance an application by combining subroutines, software modules, or full programs.
Tailor our software to provide the functionality you need.
Hit the ground running with configured client files, SPIDAstudio workflows, and more.
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We’re the data-driven software company that helps utilities, telecommunications companies and contractors assess, centralize, and streamline their asset health.
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Software trainers must be able to explain the technical complexities of our software effectively. The trainer’s audience may include people with a wide range of computer skills and educational levels. The audience may also vary in size from just a few people in an office or online setting to an entire roomful of people in a professional seminar. Trainers must be able to structure their presentations to fit the circumstances. Like any good teacher, the trainer must also be able to measure how well the students are absorbing the material and to adjust the presentation accordingly.
An important part of good teaching is preparation, which requires strong organizational skills. Good preparation allows a trainer to present the material quickly and efficiently. However, trainers must also be able to change course and adapt to the needs of the students. Trainers must anticipate which areas may be more difficult for students and the types of questions students are likely to ask. A trainer must also be able to address the needs of individual students without slowing down the entire class. The trainer must present materials efficiently and at an appropriate level for those being trained.
The team at SPIDA offers a unique mix of expertise and traits with a shared, common bond in our engineering and utility roots. That’s what sets SPIDA apart from the others — we’ve been there. We have worked in or served the industry for years helping design, engineer and manage utility infrastructure. We understand the needs of the industry and appreciate the demands of our users. We know, above all else, that software must solve a problem but should be easy to use and improve organization performance. Join us to continue the SPIDA commitment to leading innovation in the utility industry. SPIDA is a small group of dedicated employees, but also a part of a larger organization. This gives SPIDA employees the opportunity to feel like an integral part of the success of the company, while enjoying many employee benefits only available at larger companies. If you are located in the Columbus Ohio area, the SPIDA Software office will be moving in March to a new office building located at 781 Science Blvd, Gahanna, OH 43230
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