Yorkshire Water

In preparation for the 2004 periodic review of prices (PR04), Yorkshire Water developed its Leading Edge Asset Decisions Assessment (LEADA) system; an advanced economic analysis of operations and customer needs.

LEADA is based on the premise that the optimal level of service is defined as the point where the benefit of a marginal unit of improvement in service is equal to the marginal cost of its provision.

We continued our relationship with Yorkshire Water by poviding support in defining improvement to their approach for the 2009 periodic review.

In preparation for the 2004 periodic review of prices (PR04), Yorkshire Water developed its Leading Edge Asset Decisions Assessment (LEADA) system; an advanced economic analysis of operations and customer needs.

LEADA is based on the premise that the optimal level of service is defined as the point where the benefit of a marginal unit of improvement in service is equal to the marginal cost of its provision.

We provided support in key areas:  

⎼ Development and documentation of the business processes required to operate LEADA

⎼ Definition of how the proposed systems would interact with the existing information architecture

⎼ Definition and development of ELSA - the investment optimisation component of LEADA

We continued our relationship with Yorkshire Water by poviding support in defining improvement to their approach for the 2009 periodic review.

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