The digitisation of utilities is the greatest challenge currently facing the sector, with much to do to modernise existing networks, work practices and ways of interacting with customers.
But it’s also an area of great excitement and opportunity for those utilities willing to be brave, and step boldly into a new paradigm.
At Digital Utilities, delegates will hear from the industry’s leaders – those who are taking the action required to turn their organisations into modern, dynamic utilities, equipped to provide customers with the services they expect, at the times they demand and at a price they are prepared to pay.
Digital is inevitable for all companies in the utility sector. There are always winners and losers with any major change – the question is, will your business be at the forefront of the digital revolution, or will you be left behind?
Multiple speed networking sessions where delegates are guaranteed introductions to colleagues within the industry. These formal sessions are in addition to the multiple opportunities to connect with other attendees during the networking lunches and breaks.
Exhibitors from digital and technology related companies showcasing the latest innovations in the sector. Find out about new and emerging technologies and how to integrate digital solutions within your organisation.
The Digital Utility Awards are presented at the Digital Utilities gala dinner and awards ceremony, which is attended by senior leaders and experts from within the utility community.
The ability to establish meaningful connections is one of the main drivers behind conference attendance.
Connecting with your industry peers is a great way to forge new partnerships, recruit future employees, and elevate the presence of your company.
With our unparalleled reputation for quality content and industry engagement, Digital Utilities offers access to senior decision makers from all water and energy utilities.
Who should attend Digital Utilities?
Digital transformation will affect every aspect of an organisation, but we’ve listed some of the key job titles that can’t afford to miss the conference.
- Chief Information Officers and their teams
- Chief Executive Officers, Managing Directors and utility board members
- Operations Managers
- Heads of Information Technology and Systems
- Heads of Retail, Billing and Customer Relationship Management
- Heads of Innovation and New Technologies
- Managers – Big Data and Analytics
- Data Analysts
- Digital Managers
- Digital Transformation Managers
- Digital Infrastructure Analysts
- Heads of Business Development
- Customer Data Managers
- Enterprise Architecture Managers
- Asset Managers
- ICT Managers