Barb Volk, CIO & MD - Information Services, NW Natural
The areas in the Utility sector where solutions do not yet exist or not up to the mark, and which if existed, would've made job easier.
Jon Walton, CIO, County of San Mateo
Housing, traffic, mobility, and environmental issues don’t stop at city borders.
Stuart Kippelman, SVP & CIO, Covanta Energy Corporation
We are living in a world in which data drives almost every part of our lives.
Doug Myers, VP & CIO, Pepco Holdings, Inc.
Not that long ago, “mobile technology” at an electric utility meant little more than the ability to dispatch work to field crews – a server in a data center communicating to a rugged terminal in a bucket truck.
Andy Bose, VP & GM, Oil, Platts
Joe Held, CIO, Platts
Pinned to the wall in the New York office of Platts, a global provider of energy and commodities information, is a faded photocopy of an Oil gram published on June 9, 1923.
Mike Shemancik, CIO, ABT Power Management
There is a lot of hype and excitement about the “Internet of Things” and the promise it brings around collecting and triangulating data from whatever array of sensors and devices are applicable to your business.
Kenny Coleman, SVP & CIO, Southern Company
Our business model is built around our customers. Everything we do is to benefit our customers and my organization has a critical role. One new way we are meeting the needs of our customers is through our revamped bill payment plan....
Mike Giles, SVP & CIO, Express Energy Services
Much has been written and said about the power of analytics in today’s business world. Whether as a means of deciphering what has already happened, understanding what is currently going on or predicting what might happen
Mel Kirk, SVP & CIO, Ryder System, Inc.
The role of CIO has transformed just as the technology they oversee has transformed.
Patrick Ciganer, CIO, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
The past decade has brought more significant transformational and disruptive change to the information management and technology environment than has been seen since the advent of the personal computer in the 1970s.