This is how our own hardworking Oracle Utilities team of innovators, data scientists, thought leaders & utility industry activists are changing/saving the utility universe from customer outages significantly truncated to energy (and money) saved to how far we're reaching with our #thecloudreigns mantra.
"Innovation” and “sustainability” are so saturating our world that they’re losing meaning as real cultural movements with real cultural benefits, but here's where to spot the real thing in action in the water industry.
“Everybody’s talking about digital. You name it; it is digital. It’s a magic word,” said Zarko Sumic, VP, Distinguished Analyst, Gartner in the “Building a Customer Experience Digital Technology Platform for Utilities” session during CS Week 2019.
We sat down with utilities from across the U.S. in our Oracle Utilities Synergy Group meeting at CS Week 2019 and discussed lessons learned and lessons yet to be learned with data, cloud, culture and strategy.
We sat in on a few of the executive tracks today at the Oracle Utilities Customer Edge conference. Here’s what those 30 or so CEOs, CCOs and CIOs were talking about (and how it applies to you), from data to customer care to developing partnerships.
Oracle Utilities CONNECTED hub is a tiny town complete with all a town needs to thrive: tiny homes, tiny cars, tiny green trees … and tiny smart utility tech in the form of poles, wires, transformers, solar panels, a wind turbine, gas infrastructure and even a tiny substation. Interconnected and built to run real-world use cases, the CONNECTED hub can sort through and solve big issues in tiny real-time.
The raw water trend is all over the news. It’s a top hot thing—drinking unfiltered water straight from a spring (though sometimes diverted through a bottling plant and available in stores for nearly $20 a pop). It’s a trend that would make John Snow roll over in his grave. (No, not “Game of Thrones” Jon Snow. Read on.) The real-life John Snow was the father of a major component of the modern water system as we know it, though perhaps not in a way most people would immediately...