About the summit

Utilities are under pressure across the EMEA region. The economic downturn in many European countries, more difficult conditions on capital and borrowing markets, and most importantly uncertainty about medium- and long-term return on investments are slowing down the smart energy transition. Nevertheless, renewable sources and distributed generation continue to develop, as does investment in grids.
Flexibility will be the ‘new normal’ for utilities and smart technologies are the cornerstone of the transformation across the entire value chain.

Roberta Bigliani, Head of EMEA, IDC Energy Insights

Key Topics at IDC’s Pan-European Utilities Executive Summit 2014

The summit is designed as unique content for line of business heads, IT executives, and industry analysts to work together to answer key questions on current and emerging challenges of the utilities industry, including:

  • Customer Management Excellence
  • Operational Excellence
  • Emerging Business strategies and models
  • Smart Grid, Smart Metering, and Smart Cities
  • Emerging IT Trends in the European Utility Market (Including Cloud, Big Data, Mobility, Social Business)
  • Governance of IT and Operational Technology integration
  • Best Practices and Case Studies Related to Business Process and Technology Integration

Why attend

The program at IDC’s Pan-European Utilities Executive Summit 2014 will present a diverse set of highly interactive opportunities to engage with prospective customers, including one-to-one discussions, workshops, meetings, roundtable debates, and networking sessions.

  • A high-quality, content-driven agenda developed by an international advisory board of leading European executives
  • Unrivalled insight delivered by influential futurists and analysts
  • Peer-to-peer interaction through intimate roundtables and one-to-one meetings
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