Applying big data analytic strategies to enhance customer management and operational capability
Knowledge is power and today’s utilities companies have immense power at their disposal as the amount of data being collected through the introduction of smart meters in combination with a variety of system sensors sends the amount of data skyrocketing.
With the data reaching exorbitant levels, utilities are now grappling with a critical, looming issue: how do you convert this data into meaningful business intelligence to deliver ROI, value and profit to your company?
The 2nd Annual Big Data & Analytics for Utilities Summit, taking place on the 7th - 9th October 2014 in London, is the industry forum where experts from the utility sector will address how you can turn information from smart meters, structured and unstructured data into meaningful operational and consumer insights.
The forum will examine how utility companies can tackle critical business challenges using big data and analytics, from optimising network efficiency, reducing operational costs, predicting energy demands, asset maintenance, customer behaviour and engagement.
Join utility companies, experts and leaders as they address the key Big Data & Analytics for Utilities topics including:
- Developing enterprise wide big data and analytics architecture to increase value to the business
- Unlocking customer behavioural analytics to maximise customer performance and develop superior energy usage and demand insight
- Understanding how smart grids, smart meters and the data tsunami will change the utility industry and what you can do to prepare
- Improving operational efficiency by turning data into actionable intelligence
- Increasing predictive analytics and develop real-time business intelligence through data analytics
- Leveraging data analytics to minimise risk and improve asset performance and capability
- Plus participate in interactive sessions including roundtables, workgroups, panel debates,demonstration test drives and speed networking
What your peers said about Big Data and Analytics for Utilities 2013
“Breadth of opportunities is overwhelming” – Product, Innovation, Technology & Trialling Manager, Npower, Delegate 2013
“Very valuable to see, especially the ways to visualise big data”– Regulation Director, Wren Power, Delegate 2013