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This document was aimed to study the impact of investment spending for remote information monitoring technology improving the performance of real time monitoring in a real way, without resorting to estimate the quantities of medium voltage electricity consumption related to the customers of the Algerian Electricity and Gas Company with the distinction of distribution in the wilaya of Ouargla through the study population of 2623 customers at the end Year 2019.
This subject was treated by a descriptive approach in relation to the theoretical literature of both performance and technological investment. As for the field study, it was based on the statistical approach with its standard analytical tools, where monthly time series of the study variables were built consisting of 72 observations during a period between January 2014 to December 2019.
For study the stability of time series of variables, Eviews.10 program was used, and through the statistical results. When it was found that there is no impact of investment spending for information technology on the performance of automated consumer monitoring in the institution under study despite the presence of an effect of the two variables explaining current expenses for labor, transportation and the variable number of customers This is in the short term, and using the ARDL self-regression model to the existence of a co-integration between the variables leading to the expectation of long-term equilibrium, where the main reason for lack of balance in the short term lies to the difficulties encountered by the institution to adapt to the technology data New in the short term.
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