Transmission and distribution solutions for utilities

Gain the organizational flexibility needed to accommodate a range of complex operational conditions – such as applying premium-rate charges to peak-hour customers and providing discounts to customers who use energy during periods of slack demand.

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Alliander: Promoting Smarter Consumption

Hear how the largest energy distribution company in the Netherlands is using SAP HANA to collect and analyze massive amounts of consumption data. Now Alliander’s customers have the insights they need use their energy wisely – even at the household level.

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A2Z Group: Celebrating Groupwide Power

Find out how the A2Z Group is using SAP Business-All-In-One to standardize operations across
15 companies and improve financial controls through more effective inventory management. The result? Significant cost savings and a 3% boost in project profit margins.*

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Powercor: Using Mobile to Meet New Regulations

To comply with local mandates, Powercor Australia needed to transition 1.2M aging meters into SMART meters – in just 4 years. Hear how SAP Afaria is helping expedite the process – empowering Powercor to remotely manage, update, and secure mobile devices in the field.

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