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UIC Conference Offer

Posted in Conferences by Cheryl Morgan on the July 1st, 2008

The 5th Annual Utility Integration Conference takes place in Phoenix on September 16-17. We are pleased to announce that you can get a 10% discount on the registration fee if you mention EEnergy Informer. Useful web links are as follows:

The Utility Integration Conference (UIC) is focused on business improvement solutions for utilities and ISOs that harness the power of integration. These are people-process-technology solutions that result in total business integration by bridging organizational silos, streamlining end-to-end business processes, and connecting IT applications.

Credible case studies suggest that such business integration can result in increased customer satisfaction, reliability, productivity, agility, and compliance. UIC provides a forum for sharing experiences of industry leaders who have begun integrating their business.

UIC promotes excellence in the utility industry by challenging you with the following questions about the “maturity” of your business processes. Are they…

• Consistent and repeatable?
• Instrumented to easily monitor, measure, and manage?
• Easy and efficient to learn and execute?
• Easy to change, improve, and optimize?

Today, not many utilities can say YES to most of these questions. We can do better.

UIC2008 will present a wealth of case studies from leading utilities and ISOs. The major focus will be Integrating the Smart Grid. We will learn how leaders are addressing issues such as integration of Smart Metering, Smart Pricing, Distributed Resources, and Distributed Intelligence.

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  1. on August 19th, 2008 at 12:25 pm

    […] The Utility Integration Conference is now less than a month away, so it is time to remind you about this offer of a 10% discount on the registration fee. […]

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