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In a stubborn pursuit to become energy-as-a-service providers or high-value service providers, utilities are chipping through thick rough to what really matters. That is, what matters to stakeholders, investors, employees, and customers — today and in the future. Energy-as-a-service providers aim to carve out a unique space for themselves, to capture the attention of their communities and future generations that, in time, will hopefully become customers and part of their workforce. This includes reimagining the corporate culture to embed ethical values that are important for GenZ.
Digital has transformed utilities and the industry as we knew it. Now, energy-as-a-service providers are pivoting away from digital for the sake of innovation to digital for the sake of business. There is a laser focus on applying digital technologies to address the future of work, customer engagement, intelligence, operations, and leadership. Companies will rearchitect for scale with an intelligent core, putting data at their center for comprehensive awareness, human decision-maker augmentation, and machine decision-making automation. The blurring of industries and boundaries will only continue, as energy-as-a-service companies enter spaces previously outside their traditional core — such as acquiring niche software and data start-ups — and ecosystems of partners are shaken up.
The IDC European Utilities Executive Summit is as a key forum where leading European executives can meet, engage, and discuss key business issues. The summit brings together insights and interactions on the main issues through thought leadership sessions, panel debates, and peer-to-peer networking. The senior-level attendees will benefit from:
An agenda covering critical issues, candid closed-door boardroom discussions, and practitioner-led sessions providing unvarnished perspectives
Learning and guidance on how to improve operations and collaborate most effectively
The opportunity to meet with peers to discuss common challenges and share concrete experiences
A summit agenda that brings a mix of expert case studies, interactive debates, and roundtables over one-and-a-half days
1 night’s accommodation at Gran Miramar Hotel
Roundtrip flights from a European destination arranged by IDC
Transfers to and from Málaga airport/train station
All networking breakfasts, refreshments, lunches and gala dinner included
Full access to all agenda sessions with complimentary one-to-one meetings with analysts and partners
“Networking with peers: This for me was the highlight and most engaging part ”
“Loved the venue and the entertainment. Loved the energy from the team. ”
“Format - really good to have the table seating pre determined and the group activity - drove better interaction and peer relationships ”
“Peer networking, learning new techniques to evolving problems, excellent location, excellent event !! ”
“I'm convinced that coming together with peers of the industry and exchanging experiences and opinions will help all of us to make all our businesses more secure. IDC provides a great possibility for exchange at a wonderful venue. Thanks for making this happen. ”
OMNETRIC is dedicated to helping energy providers reap the benefits of the digital energy system by integrating their energy operations with IT to support their business goals. The company’s global team of engineering, IT, security and data experts brings extensive industry experience to help customers discover and exploit data intelligence to capitalize on industry change and realize new business models. Helping customers since 2014, OMNETRIC is an inventive technology services company.
For more information, visit www.omnetric.com. OMNETRIC is a Siemens company.
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The Gran Miramar Hotel was conceived by architect Fernando Guerrero Strachan, the hotel opened in 1926 as the ‘Hotel Príncipe de Asturias’, inaugurated by King Alfonso XIII. The hotel was at the centre of glamour and style for a decade before closing during Spain’s civil war. The iconic Royal Crown that sat above the entrance was torn down; and the property was requisitioned as a field hospital. In the 40s, 50s & 60s The Miramar Palace was once a hotel again welcoming guests from across the world, including Elizabeth Taylor.
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