Leo Barella, VP & Chief Enterprise Architect, AstraZeneca
We focus on bringing in the centralization of asset management.
Medhat Mahmoud, Sr. Director, Technology & Strategy, IoT Solutions, Huawei Technologies
The digital assets will no longer be just “stored static digits” belonging to one entity, but is becoming a “stored dynamic value” with potential to generate more value to many even unrelated, entities
Judi Hess, CEO, Copperleaf Technologies
An asset failure can have serious consequences, both on service levels and on safety and environmental fronts
Hart Levy, Director, Management Consulting - EAM & MRO Spares Inventory, Hitachi Consulting
IT organizations need to consider the introduction of Cloud Asset Management as a “re-implementation” or replacement of their current solutions in Asset Management
Milind Nazare, Vice President Operations & Delivery, Avertra Corp
Waves of technological advancement like IoT, customer self-service, cloud computing and real-time information availability at fingertips is compelling the Utility Industry to adapt and adopt quickly
Matt Morris, Managing Director, Industrial Cyber & Digitalization, Siemens
By providing increased access to industrial process data, digital innovations allow energy organizations (EOs) to make better business decisions.
Joel Miller, Principal Supervisor, Corporate Strategy - DTE Insight, DTE Energy
For building a successful innovation program within the utility industry, enterprise leaders should emphasize on creating a separate innovation business structure outside of the operating business.
Maulik P. Purohit, SVP, Chief Medical Information Officer, University Health System
The biggest mistake is to fear AI instead of using our imaginations on how best to incorporate it into healthcare.
Dr. Volker G. Hildebrand, Global VP, SAP Hybris
For many years, computers could play mathematical games like chess and the sheer computing horsepower was the key to their success.
Richard Bradley, Director, Digital Supply Networks at Deloitte
Machine Learning allows computers to do things without being explicitly programmed to do so. How? By learning from patterns and experience just as a child does.