TariffShark TDM solves the biggest large tariff document management challenge: filing changes as sheets or sections while at the same time sharing a tariff as a single PDF. With TariffShark TDM’s purposeful tariff document management, you can edit and file the individual pieces of your tariff and let the software combine the sheets or sections into a larger document on demand.
Instant access to currently effective sheets or sections.
TariffShark TDM stores and organizes your tariffs in a database, thus giving you immediate access to your tariffs’ currently effective sheets or sections.
Never again make changes to the wrong version of a tariff sheet or section.
TariffShark TDM stores and organizes your tariffs in a database, thus giving you instant access to every sheet or section ever filed. With your full tariff history at your fingertips, it’s easy to work on the right sheet or section every time.
Automatic Tariff History.
View, combine, and print the sheets or sections that comprise your tariffs at any point in time: past, present, or future.
Automatic Document Headers and Footers.
Use TariffShark TDM’s document layouts along with configurable headers and footers to give your tariffs a consistent appearance and ensure always-accurate metadata within the headers and footers. Never again spend time updating your tariffs headers or footers; it’s automatic!
There's no software to install; TariffShark TDM works in your web browser.
TariffShark is a full life-cycle e-tariff management software solution that generates FERC-defined XML in an on-premise or hosted environment.
Effective April 1, 2010, The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) revised its regulations to require that all tariffs and tariff revisions and rate change applications for the public utilities, natural gas pipelines, oil pipelines and power administrations be filed electronically according to a set of standards developed in conjunction with the North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB).
The Commission requires that all tariffs, tariff revisions and rate change applications be filed electronically in the manner prescribed by Order No. 714. The affected required filers are:
Public utilities and Power Marketing Administrations under Parts 35 and 300;