Free On-Demand Webinar | Enhancing Operations Management With Location Technology

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Operations management demands full situational awareness and the best use of resources. Managing material, personnel, and priorities can be a real challenge. 

Awareness, understanding, and optimization improve service and reduce both operating and capital expenditures. A common operational picture can reduce restoration time and improve storm response.

To make best use of resources, location is key. ArcGIS uses location technology to improve operations management by accumulating understanding, discovering patterns that delivering actionable business intelligence. Listen in as Pat Hohl (Esri), Melissa Mayo (Alabama Power), and Alan Bradshaw (Dominion Energy) on the on-demand webinar "Enhancing Operations Management With Location Technology" to learn more about how to improve utility operations with GIS.

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Pat Hohl
Director Industry
Solutions – Utilities

Melissa Mayo
Team Leader
Alabama Power

Alan Bradshaw
Dominion Energy

Free On-Demand Webinar
Enhancing Operations Management With Location Technology
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