There’s no shortage of data in the utility industry. What is in short supply are experts who have the insider knowledge to help utilities thrive in the future by unlocking the full potential of their data today.
As the only full-service SAP consulting and solutions company focused exclusively on utilities, Utegration can position your company to capitalize on advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning, smart grid technologies, IoT, and the future of customer experience.
May 24, 2022
Welcome back to our Customer Newsletter Series, "How Ready are You for the Future?" In Part 1 in the series, we described the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) as Utegration sees it – a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to accelerate utility improvements and transformation. The objective of the article was to start the conversation about your utility's readiness to meet and deliver on this opportunity.
Apr 29, 2022
Customer experience is on the move… literally! The boundaries of Customer Information Systems (CIS) are extending to include customer self-service, field service, and sales of new products and services. Utilities are seeing this transformation as they begin their CIS upgrade or re-platforming journey.
Apr 12, 2022
Recently, I had the honor to be a part of a successful implementation of one of the biggest, most significant CIS implementations in the utilities industry. It was also quite likely the first 100% remote CIS go-live in North America of this magnitude and complexity.
Mar 4, 2022
This is written at a time when many companies find themselves at a crossroads related to the use of technology to support enhanced field capabilities.
Feb 9, 2022
The White House Briefing room released on January 14, 2022 a Fact Sheet outlining the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law signed by the President on November 15, 2021. The information is a “status report” of the Plan 60 days and running. The key areas outlined and explained are:
Nov 2, 2021
For many years, utilities, energy companies and other asset-intensive businesses on SAP ECC have had to look outside the ERP to manage fixed asset accounting. Some core asset accounting functions were not delivered in the ERP—specifically, to construct, depreciate, and retire assets—so customers had little choice but to run an external asset accounting solution. In this scenario, the typical practice has been to move data from the ERP, into the external solution, and then back again to the ERP for posting to the general ledger.