SAP Conference for Utilities

The annual SAP Conference for Utilities in Madrid, Spain, is scheduled for April 17-19, 2012, at the Hotel Auditórium Madrid.

03/15/2012


Utility companies face myriad pressures in today’s challenging economic environment. However not only are these challenges coming from government and regulatory bodies but also from shareholders, customers and other invested stakeholders.  

People and companies who attend the annual SAP Conference for Utilities in Madrid will learn how the SAP solutions for utilities can provide organizations with the IT infrastructure to achieve efficiency across every business area.

Topics covered at this event will include strategic asset management, the future of energy, smart metering, intelligent grid, customer care and billing, advanced analytics, and mobile.

Companies confirmed to present at this event include: DONG Energy, EDF Energy, EnBW Regional, ESB Networks, Essent, GDF Suez, Hydro One, Rosatom, RWE npower and State Grid Corporation of China.

Join industry experts and thought leaders, SAP solution managers and partners, and your peers at this conference including a networking evening event open to all conference participants. Pre-conference workshops will have an in-depth, interactive study of real-life scenarios using SAP solutions in the utilities field.



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