Information Management in Utilities Webcast -- How to Prepare for the Imminent Increase in Data
Without an up-to-date data management strategy, the majority of utilities continue to struggle with an IT environment marked by incompatibility among data "environments" and poor data quality. Emerging data sources including the smart meter data transmitted across advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) networks, as well as data from point solutions compound the issue making it even more difficult to manage the integration challenge and ultimately to harness data for decision-making.
Evidence suggests that while hype and over promising around data integration and data quality have plagued IM for years, there finally appears to be a light at the end of the tunnel.
Maureen Coveney, SAP Industry Principal for Utilities, will review how Utilities are performing today, what they're doing to improve, and where they'll be tomorrow. This on-demand Webcast will take an in-depth look at the strategies and technologies that leading Utilities are employing to manage these emerging data sources as well as how they are going to begin managing the Federal reporting requirements tied to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Gain a better understanding of what data management is - and what it isn't
What to look for when evaluating information management solutions
Learn how to read, extract, and load very large volumes of data in short periods of time
Hear what your industry and crossindustry peers are doing
Maureen Coveney, Industry Principal for Utilities, SAP Americas
Bill Rojas, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, SAP Americas