Plugging in the Consumer: Innovating Utilitiy Business Models for the Future
Plugging in the Consumer: Innovating utility business models for the future. The confluence of climate change concerns,rising energy costs and technology advances leading to greater consumer involvement is now radically redefining the relationship between utilities and consumers. Find out more by downloading this IBM white paper.
Global Energy and Utility Industry Leader for IBM Global Business Services, IBM
Michael Valocchi,Global Energy and Utility Industry Leader for IBM Global Business Services,is responsible for the development and execution of the strategy to deliver consulting services and directing industry thought leadership. Michael has 23 years of experience delivering projects related to mergers/acquisitions,risk,technology and regulatory strategies.Allan Schurr
Allan Schurr is a 25-year veteran of the energy industry,spanning generation,delivery,marketing,technology,strategy and regulatory affairs. Allan is responsible for IBM solution development in the energy and environment arena.John Juliano
Consultant,Utilities industry, IBM
John Juliano has been a consultant in the Utilities industry for 19 years. He has worked in business strategy,operations strategy,financial analysis,and technology assessment across the energy value chain.Ekow Nelson
Communications Sector Leader,IBM Institute for Business Value, IBM
Ekow Nelson is the Communications Sector Leader at the IBM Institute for Business Value with responsibility for thought leadership development in Energy and Utilities,Telecommunications and Media industries. In a career spanning over 20 years,he has worked in various consulting roles in all three industries and published numerous papers including“Mobile Workforce Management for Utilities”,“The Innovation Paradox in the Telecom Industry,”“Securing a Role in the Mobile Enterprise Market”and“A future in content(ion): Can telecom providers win a share of the digital content market?”.
- IBM Line of Business
- 29 Nov 2007
- 01 Nov 2007
- 28 Page(s)
- White Paper