In previous articles of Wipro’s Energy 2020 blog series, we discussed the interplay of three major forces – maturing long-term energy trends, collapsing oil prices, and long-term ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic – and how these events will push energy companies to adapt their business models driven by the evolution of a different energy consumer.
Tony McCandless, CIO, Thames Water talks about how Wipro helped enhance customer experience through simplified billing processes leveraging SAP IS-U and C4C. The current platform significantly improves the legacy system developed 20 years ago and lays the foundations for moving to an Agile/ DevOps setup for progressive improvements in the future
George Hunt, CIO and General Manager, Sydney Water and Sridhar Pydipati, Program Director, CxP and Kathy Hourigan, Head of Customer Services talk about how Wipro helped create a digital journey for enhanced customer experience through simplified billing processes leveraging SAP S/4HANA
Kevin Greiner, President and CEO, Gas South talks about Wipro’s partnership and the outstanding value it has added to Gas South
Balancing electricity supply and demand is the primary role of electricity system operators (ESOs). ESOs work to maintain a standard grid frequency at which power system equipment and consumer devices are designed to operate safely
Energy companies are under pressure to deploy flexible, agile, and cost-effective architectures in response to the forces driving the Energy 2020 transition. This will require innovative approaches to architecture that mark a paradigm shift from the past.
Wipro helps utilities customers in shaping their digital strategy for a new different energy future, designing newer experiences and aligning operations around it.