Month: November 2021

Article 3 – How the Utility sector is primed to leverage data and build a customer-centric future

There’s never been a more critical time for the Utility sector to transform and re-invent the wheel. The industry’s landscape is currently defined by emerging challenges and seismic shifts, but it’s also the perfect time to embrace new opportunities opened up by technology. In order to face these challenges and opportunities head-on, the sector needs […]
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Article 2 – Increase in utility cost, pressure and expectations by Government and customers to reduce the cost to end consumer – requires a digital transformation in the utility Sector

The Australian Utility sector is on the cusp of a new era full of challenges and opportunities waiting to be unleashed. Adopting the latest technologies and going through an end-to-end digital transformation presents enormous possibilities. Yet, the challenges, pressures and expectations, whether from customers, rising energy costs, government policies and consumers who expect more for […]
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Vulnerable customers: How are Sigma reaching out?

The Covid-19 pandemic, coupled with worries over rising energy prices and the cost of living, has had an unprecedented impact on the mental health and financial wellbeing of millions here in the UK. Mental health and financial struggles often go hand-in-hand and presently, more people than ever before are unable to pay their bills or […]
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Data protection and a potential Whitehall own goal

British businesses have until just before midnight on the 19 November 2021 to provide their feedback to the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) on their paper, ‘Data: a new direction’. Through this public consultation, the government’s aims are wide-reaching with DCMS proposing a series of innovative reforms to the UK’s data protection […]
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Article 1 – Australia’s commitment to clean energy requires the Utility sector to introduce a stronger strategic digital capability.

The next five years will be crucial for the Australian utilities sector as it transitions to clean energy. As a country that is relatively playing catchup in the renewable energy space, there’s a lot of ground to make up in a short space of time. And, with a net-zero target looming ahead, the utilities industry […]
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