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Designing Tomorrow’s Competitive Energy Provider via Analytics Infrastructure

Recorded on September 28th, 2017

Tomorrow’s energy provider will rely on data-driven analytics for more decisions than ever. For those utilities that want to lead the charge, building an open and secure analytics infrastructure platform will be the key to their success. One key to being competitive in the future will be for utilities to proactively build an analytics infrastructure that is at once robust yet nimble, open yet secure – even if we can’t perceive the technology on the horizon.

This webcast will provide an overview of both the theory and the practice of building an analytics infrastructure that equips utility organizations and leaders with the tools and systems that will enable success today and tomorrow. Speakers include Raymond Johnson, Energy Procurement Systems and Data Analytics, Southern California Edison (SCE), Ann Buff, Advisory Business Solutions Manager, SAS and Dan Zaratsian, Solutions Engineer, Hortonworks.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Learn about the “how” and “why” of building an infrastructure that is ready-built to maximize analytics value.
  • Gain insights on how open source tools can be an integral part of a robust analytics infrastructure.
  • Hear lessons learned from a utility analytics leader who is building and leveraging their analytics infrastructure at his utility every day.

Raymond Johnson

Energy Procurement Systems and Data Analytics

Southern California Edison (SCE)

Ann Buff

Advisory Business Solutions Manager

Dan Zaratsian

Solutions Engineer


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