Learn about what factors can prevent successful implementation and how to overcome them.
In our regular Energy Talks miniseries called Digital Transformation in the Power Industry, you will learn about the steps to take in making a successful digital transformation, which involves using digital technologies to create new business processes, culture, and customer experiences to meet changing business and market requirements.
In Part 2 of this miniseries, OMICRON digital transformation experts Juan Carlos Sánchez and Lukas Klingenschmid discuss the specific challenges companies in the power industry are facing in making a successful digital transformation, and what solutions are available to overcome them.
Our expert guests highlight success factors, such as using digital technologies and processes to simplify data gathering and accessibility to reliable data, employing cyber security practices, improving digital skills and fostering an organizational culture that welcomes change.
For companies in the power industry, a successful digital transformation can ensure reliable access to good quality data, which can foster better decision making to increase revenue and reduce costs.
“Many of digital transformations fail, most often due to resistance from employees.”
- Juan Carlos Sánchez, Digital Transformation Expert, OMICRON
“Everyone wants access to good quality and standardized sets of data, but in reality this is not the case – this presents a big obstacle to further digitalization.”
- Lukas Klingenschmid, Digital Transformation Expert, OMICRON