Technology Catalyses change for Utilities

Utility companies are under constant pressure to provide the fairest deals for consumers, meet tough climate change targets and adhere to compliance legislation. Consumers want more for less, with the same level of service, while infrastructure demands ongoing and costly maintenance. So how do utilities juggle these demands, without extra capital to invest? The only real option is to operate more efficiently, placing technology at the centre of the strategy.

Two thirds of utility employees work in the field for the majority of their day, which makes them a primary focus for efficiency measures. Many jobs can be simplified or automated with technology, from meter readings, through checking for faults to managing infrastructure upgrades. The high volumes of staff mean small individual improvements mount up to significant savings when replicated over an entire workforce.

From security, TCO, procurement, functionality for the job, our new white paper with Getac UK sets out the key considerations for a technology strategy that delivers operational efficiencies.


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