Mano Mannoochahr, CIO, GE Energy Connections [NYSE: GE]
The role of a Chief Information Officer (CIO) starts with positioning oneself as a transformational and digital change leader within the business.
Steve Ambrose, CIO, DTE Energy
Technology is deeply integrated into our company's daily work, and the IT experience affects our customers and our employees.
Ben Wilson, Chief Information Technology Officer, GE Oil
A perennially low oil price, high workforce turnover, safety considerations and the difficulties associated with managing multiple fleets are all making life harder and more fraught for the sector, as well as keeping executives up at night....
Gary Hayes, CIO & VP IT, CenterPoint Energy
The big challenge is the accelerating pace of technology which is driving the convergence of consumer technology, information technology, operational technology and business technology.
Alberto Ruocco, AEP VP & CIO, Greg Filipkowski, AEP Director of Demand Management, Customer Operations & Distribution, American Electric Power
Utilities historically have been considered late adopters of information technology (IT).
Karen Austin, CIO, PG&E
Interoperability of technology solutions is paramount. As infrastructure and applications become easier to stand up through cloud services, the risk of systems being less integrated and data being replicated increases.
Rob Meilen, VP & CIO, Hunter Douglas
In today’s business world, IT organizations are called on to deliver more business benefit, quicker than ever before.
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.
Dave Robbins, CIO & SVP, Ellie Mae
We have embraced cloud (SaaS) in nearly every aspect of our internal technology needs. We have moved from internally running Exchange, SharePoint, Financial Systems and more to services such as Office 365, Telephony & WorkDay.
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