Electricity is the lifeblood of our economies, powering factories, buildings—and, increasingly, our modes of transportation. Check out Seth Dunn's, ServiceMax's Industry Development Director, Power & Utilities, blog post on digital disruption.
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Electricity is something many people don’t think about until the power goes out. And yet it is the lifeblood of our economies, powering factories, buildings—and, increasingly, our modes of transportation. As we have seen in the wake of Harvey, the consequences of power outages can be dire.
For the last 12 years, I have had the opportunity to be part of GE’s Renewable Energy remarkable growth story, which is part of the broader narrative of renewable energy becoming mainstream—and now the largest source of new power generation. I joined ServiceMax because I firmly believe that a digital disruption of the power and utilities world—what we at GE call the “Electricity Value Network” or EVN—is underway, and that field services represents the vanguard of this disruption.
How is field service management starting to disrupt the EVN? Who are the early adopters, and what results are they seeing? How can I digitally transform my services business so I stay ahead of the curve? Join me, ServiceMax customers and partners, GE experts, and industry thought leaders for an afternoon exploring these and other questions at Maximize in Las Vegas on Monday, September 18.
For more information on the Maximize Power & Utilities agenda, please check out this link: https://www.servicemax.com/maximize/agenda.
We hope you’ll attend and explore the why and how of digitally disrupting your power & utility service business before being disrupted.