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Make New Year's Resolutions You Can Keep--Decisions anchored in Data

New Year's Resolution--Make Decisions Anchored in Data

As the saying goes - new year, new beginnings, and new year's resolutions.

Some resolutions are soon forgotten, but there is a resolution you can keep.

You can make decisions anchored in data if you follow the right process towards data utilization.

 

Here's how you get started:

  1. Start with data creation, and make it systematic and reliable.
  2. Make sure the communication is secured and the battery life is long.
  3. Continue with the data management... 
  4. And make sure to top it up with proper analytics.

 

When looking at the recent extreme weather events, it's a safe bet that more frequent and aggressive weather will follow. Heavy rain, snow blizzards, extreme swings in temperature, while in other places, an extreme drought.

 

When it comes to adding the digital layer to the operations - My team and I are with you every step of the way. From the data creation stage through the management and analytics of the data, it's easier than ever to identify problem areas in the system.

 

Please reach out to me to launch and speed up your utility's digital transformation.

 

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Happy New Year!
Ariel Stern, CEO

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