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Join your peers for this live conversation where you will be able to share your experiences, discuss challenges, and have your questions answered by experts in the utilities industry.

High-profile utility gas line accidents have brought the risk of aging equipment to the attention of the average U.S. citizen. There is a potential regulatory iceberg that utilities must navigate to stay in compliance and lower risk of adverse equipment failures that impact customer safety.

Join SAP thought leaders to discuss managing risk and regulatory compliance due to aging equipment in your distribution system. We’ll cover risk-mitigation strategies using intelligent material-traceability solutions, combining spatial data with IT data to drive new insights, and empowering the utility to move from insights to action in a fully verifiable manner.

This think tank is a component of the ASUG Best Practices: SAP for Industries virtual experience. ASUG Best Practices: SAP for Industries registrants will have priority, if you haven’t registered yet, sign up here today. Attendance is reserved for ASUG members and is first come first served. 

Hosted by:

  • Bill Gough, Senior Director, Global Business Development Ecosystem, SAP
  • Ron Gray, Solution Engineer, NA Utilities, SAP
  • Lorey Hoffman, Utilities Executive Advisor

Sponsored by:

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