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Death of Paper - Utility Lessons Learned with Pat Hohl and Bill Meehan - Episode #3

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William (Bill) Meehan is the Director of Utility Solutions for Esri. He is responsible for business development and marketing Esri’s geospatial technology to global electric and gas utilities.A...

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Pat Hohl and Bill Meehan have almost 100 years of experience working in the utility industry, much of it at power companies. Even though they are from opposite corners of the United States, their stories are often similar. This series of short 5-6 minute videos is a casual look at their lessons learned working in the industry, its challenges, foibles, and opportunities. In addition, they will speak about how technology, particularly GIS, can transform the business if used to its capability.

Join us for this brief video from pioneers Pat and Bill. 

And if you missed our last episodes on Digital Twins follow this link.

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