Dr. Michael Webber Explores the Water Energy Nexus in his latest book "Thirst for Power: Energy, Water, and Human Survival"

Dr. Michael Webber Explores the Water Energy Nexus in his latest book "Thirst for Power: Energy, Water, and Human Survival"

Dr. Michael E. Webber spoke about his recent book titled “Thirst for Power: Energy, Water, and Human Survival” which explores the interconnectedness between energy and water, citing them as our most important global resources.

Dr. Webber will be discussing these issues from his book “Thirst for Power: Energy, Water, and Human Survival” and the ASUG Southwest Energy and Utilities Conference, July 27-28, 2017 in Houston, TX.  Come listen and learn more.

Utegration Has Selected SAP S/4 HANA Cloud, Hybris Cloud for Customer, and Concur Travel Expense Management

Utegration Has Selected SAP S/4 HANA Cloud, Hybris Cloud for Customer, and Concur Travel Expense Management

Utegration is thrilled to announce the decision to implement SAP’s latest ERP, S/4HANA Cloud, Hybris Cloud for Customer, and Concur Business Travel & Expense Management. The contract was signed in the midst of the excitement at the 2017 SAP Sapphire Conference. Utegration was a first time Ruby sponsor and was able to meet with all of our utility clients that attended. Bin Yu, President and CEO of Utegration, shared why we chose SAP and what to expect going forward. His key message is that Utegration is proud of how we are helping our customers and wants to tell them that we are now an SAP customer.

Achieving Operational Excellence with Two Tier MDM & SAP AMI

Achieving Operational Excellence with Two Tier MDM & SAP AMI

As utilities in North American continue to embrace the cost savings and operational efficiencies of Advanced Metering, they continue to struggle with the complexity of implementation and on-going support of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI). As if replacing all/most of their field devices is not a monumental task, utilities must also grapple with new internal systems that are required to manage the ‘smart grid’. This complex infrastructure causes some utilities to experience a dampening of benefits from their AMI roll out.