Enwin Utilities’ Transformation Webcast -- Powering the Strategic Evolution of BI & Application Integration
Depending on the geographies in which your utility operates, you have different concerns: regulatory scrutiny, data integrity, advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), and more. Crossing the geographical divide, all utilities require business intelligence (BI) that is consistent, accessible, and available.
EnWin Utilities, the electricity distributor for Windsor, Ontario, chose SAP and SAP BusinessObjects business intelligence (BI) solutions. The company wanted to gain a clear view into its operations, reduce manual workload, and optimize performance to make more proactive and informed business decisions. Just one year ago, EnWin embarked on its BI transformation journey to empower users with easy access to data in their legacy systems. Now the company is embarking on a full transformation as it implements new ERP and CIS systems with full BI integration. Learn where EnWin is today with its BI strategy and the transformation plans that will be integrated with SAP ERP and SAP customer information systems.
Join for a complimentary SAP and Deloitte Webcast in which the EnWin transformation leads, Laura Rauch and Andrew Ciavaglia, discuss their forward-thinking philosophy on BI as a sustainable platform to deliver consistency, accessibility, and availability. The strategic business partner for architecture and delivery working with Enwin, Jürgen Beier, Principal at Deloitte, will present the architecture, process design, and implementation of the SAP solution.
From the convenience of your desk, you will:
Gain valuable insight into EnWin’s BI strategy to solve reporting problems common in the utilities industry today: consistency, accessibility, availability, and usability
Expand your knowledge of developing and measuring corporate KPIs
Learn how EnWin built reports and retrieved data from disparate systems
Hear how EnWin plans to manage the process of developing BI reports throughout the organization using a BI competency centre
Understand the functional benefits of BI transformation: time savings, automated reporting, reduced manual workload, and trusted integrity
Understand the corporate benefits of transformation: insight, compliance and control, and optimized operations
Laura Rauch, Senior Accounting Supervisor, EnWin Utilities
Andrew Ciavaglia, Senior Technical Analyst, EnWin Utilities
Jürgen Beier, Principal, Deloitte
Janine Burns, Solution Consultant, SAP