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The productivity imperative: Data Analytics
The productivity imperative: Data Analyticsr
Managing tax implications with US expansion
Climate Resilience - The conversation continues
Becoming a climate resilient power & utility
Weather Extremes - How can utilities plan for the unknown
Climate Resilience - What's happening abroad
Part 1 of PwC's 2-part video series on the Updated COSO Framework of Internal Controls -- Implications for Canada's utilities sector. Now is the time to understand the implications of the updated framework and build and implement a strategy to refresh internal controls.
Part 2 of PwC's 2-part video series on the Updated COSO Framework of Internal Controls -- Implications for Canada's utilities sector. Now is the time to understand the implications of the updated framework and build and implement a strategy to refresh internal controls.
Leading companies are creating significant value from their supply chain function as they ramp up capital and maintenance spend.
Functions such as procurement, materials management and fleet management can now effectively help balance cost reduction, service delivery and risk management to improve efficiency and effectiveness. Improvements in technology, skills and processes are enabled by a new, strategic focus on how to partner better with both internal customers and suppliers and how to use metrics and analytics to improve performance.
Delayed investment in backend IT tools and systems is evident industry-wide. As new technologies become available and upgrades required, companies will need to invest in systems such as enterprise resource planning (ERP), time tracking and enterprise asset management (EAM).
This has the potential to increase productivity and effectiveness, with a direct bottom line result.
Powering your business decisions: Attracting & retaining a skilled workforce
Energy Transformation: The productivity push
Energy Transformation: Key Trends impacting the Power and Utilities sector