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.
Jan 27, 2021
For many Chief Security Officers (CSOs) at utilities and energy companies, 2021 heralds a slew of new data protection regulations – especially in the US with the California Privacy Rights and Enforcement Act (CPRA) coming into effect. This makes the stipulations of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) enacted in early 2020 even more stringent. Several other US states are following suit.
Oct 22, 2020
Utilities are on a quest to digitalize, all under a shared goal of optimizing our operations, improving the lifecycle management of our assets, and better serving our customers, who have transformed from mere ‘ratepayers’ a decade or so ago to the savvy energy prosumers of today.
Sep 25, 2020
Part 4 in a Series on Common Gaps in Building an Analytics-Driven Organization
As everyone living in today’s world knows, 2020 has been full of surprises. Life in the world of utility analytics is no different. Of course, surprises can and do happen to everyone – including utility organizations. That's why utilities need an analytics strategy that is flexible enough to accommodate changes, while remaining focused on end results.
Sep 3, 2020
Ending years of varying interpretations and uncertainty, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) have issued clear guidance on accounting for cloud-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions.
Jul 29, 2020
What makes some AMI implementations stretch out longer than others?
Jul 20, 2020
Many utilities rely on external partners to provide some level of ongoing technical and functional support based on the capabilities and bandwidth of their own internal resources. Ten to twenty years ago—and to some extent still today—these Application Managed Services (AMS) were often delivered by large numbers of junior consultants with little real-world experience, with the expectation that they would learn on the job and eventually add more value.