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IDC Spotlight: Substation Reliability: Achieving Operational Excellence with a Digital Partnership

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Practice Head Wipro Technologies Transmission & Distribution Business

Sujan Bose is the Practice Head - For Wipro Technologies Generation, Transmission & Distribution Business practice. Sujan has twenty (20+) years of experience in the Grid Modernization, Smart...

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With the electrical asset sector's transformation accelerating, optimizing cost, performance, and risk is becoming increasingly complex. Customers, shareholders, regulators, and the wider stakeholder community expect asset owners to demonstrate a convincing return on investment-even if this means doing more with less.

Substation asset owners will have to unlock the value of their investments and achieve operational excellence by leveraging new technologies and carefully selecting expert partners. The IT and OT worlds are coming together, and bridging the expertise gap between the two is vital when asset reliability is at stake.

Utilities are taking the necessary steps to move from a corrective to a preventive or predictive and (ideally) prescriptive maintenance strategy to improve substation asset reliability. This IDC vendor spotlight covers a broader industry view and how Wipro supports its T&D electric utility customers in their transformation towards digital substation.

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