Utilize this Intelligence– November 25, 2022

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Welcome to Energy Central’s digest that covers various stories about intelligent utilities. This update covers just a few of the relevant articles, so be sure to take a wider look to see everything that this community on Energy Central has to offer, and don’t hesitate to leave a question or comment on the posts that catch your eye.


Follow Esri on our EV Road Trip, the California EV EdVenture!

Bill Meehan

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Bill Meehan, the Director of Utility Solutions for Esri, provides an update on how Esri is partnering with Zpyrme to launch a road trip to connect with various user and stakeholders of electric vehicles to provide greater awareness about the latest innovations in electric vehicles. There is a social media component to allow for people to keep up with the campaign from wherever.


What is a Map to You?-- Is it Cool?

Pat Hohl

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In this update, Pat Hohl, the Director of Electric industry Solutions for Esri, writes about how they are mapping out their innovations through the use of mobile devices, to allow for a greater connection between any potential problems with utility centers. The connection between different devices can provide updates over outages and allow for companies to respond to any problems easier.


As the Metaverse Speeds Ahead, What Benefits Can Utilities Capture?

Scott Tinkler

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In this update, Scott Tinkler, the Managing Director and Global Utilities Lead for Accenture, writes about the benefits that the Metaverse can offer to utilities. The increased connectivity will allow for both companies and users to connect through new ways. This will increase transparency and communication. There will also be an influx of data that allows companies to build more models.


Considerations for Successful ERP Implementations for Energy and Utilities Industry

Pradeep Dash

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Here, Pradeep Dash, a Delivery Executive in Energy, Environment & Utilities at IBM, looks at ways for companies to increase their success in implementing Enterprise Resource Planning. Pradeep notes that right now, 55 to 75 percent of implementations of Enterprise Resource Planning do not meet their objectives. Pradeep goes through several steps of what companies can try and how they vary from what companies are generally trying now.

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