Boost operational excellence and shape new customer relationships
Just look at the changes. Markets are de-regulated – although regulation is stiffer than ever. Renewables already make up 10% of the energy mix. Smart grids and meters point the way to smarter and more discerning customers.
And at the heart of this storm of change, there are unprecedented volumes of data which until now, have barely been used.
It’s time to change that. With 30 years’ specialist contribution to the utility sectors, Atos makes a credible and intelligent guide. IDC positions Atos as a leader in its MarketScape analysis of utility market IT service providers.
We offer specialist insight, for example, how to use real-time analytics in revenue protection from non-technical losses or in the development of new customer services.
At the same time, we sustain focus on operational and business technology driving out cost and preparing the foundation for your digitally enabled future.
70% of utilities will launch major digital transformation initiatives by 2018
The digital utility starts here
With the advent of truly distributed grids, the advance of renewables and the emergence of viable storage, utility models become increasingly data-driven. As a partner in digital transformation, Atos draws on its exceptional experience in serving the utility sector to shape a new breed of digital utilities.
Energising your digital future
Renewables have become central to new operating models, with the emergence of energy prosumers as a reality, every utility faces acute change.
Data and digital technologies are playing a key role in this transformation. Discover how Atos contributes to shaping the new energy world.
Key services for our Utilities clients
What our clients say about us
Enexis leads the way for secure smart meters – Case Study
The drive to introduce smart meters into the Dutch energy market has accelerated, thanks to the initiative shown by Enexis and a successful data encryption solution delivered by Atos.View our Enexis Case Study
Amid profound and rapid change across the industry, this paper explores the potential of digital transformation to help energy and utilities companies power a new era for the industry, and for UK businesses and homes
Explore the impact of digital transformation across a new decentralised utilities value chain, in which analytics come to play a key role.
A new strategic digital partnership has been announced which will place technology and innovation at the heart of Scotland’s water supply and waste water management…
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