Utilities Segments We Serve
- Work and asset management
- Smart grid operations
- Environmental, health, and safety compliance
- Enterprise analytics
- Managed services
- Industrial internet of things (IIoT)
- Enterprise mobility solutions
- Real-time data integration for advanced analytics
- Predictive maintenance of legacy infrastructure
- Solutions to manage distributed energy resources (DERs)
- Robotic process automation for utilities
Empowering Utilities to Unlock Value in a Transforming World
We live in a world that runs on utilities. Changing consumer expectations, environmental concerns, and the growth of distributed generation of utility services are forcing utilities to find more efficient ways of delivering their services. To acquire more flexibility, utilities need to increase their focus on data-powered services unlocked by modern technologies. Fingent offers innovative, custom technology solutions to utilities in energy, gas, water, telecom, field business, and other infrastructure to modernize their services and delivery patterns.
We help enterprises in the utilities sector deliver safe, reliable, and sustainable energy products and services by offering software tailored to their needs. Our applications help you boost operational efficiency, increase cash inflows, streamline demand management, navigate environmental challenges, and enhance regulatory compliance. By leveraging analytics, cloud, IoT, AI, machine learning, and automation we enable utilities enterprises to reinvent their businesses.
Challenges Affecting the Utilities Sector
Utilities often rely on legacy software, legacy hardware, and a legacy approach to customer service, each of which requires proper infrastructure and modern technology to grow and sustain the business.
Utilities company management can suffer from gaps in operations. Manual efforts and intervention can reduce the efficiency of operations.
There has been an increased demand for utilities to combine IT and OT; with data and operations working together, efficiency and customer satisfaction will increase, while asset risk and downtime will both decrease.
Customer service applications, the ability to utilize self-service, and engagement on mobile apps are just a few of the new demands that utilities companies are facing.
How We Help Our Customers
Incorporate AI and Automation for Improved Service and Satisfaction
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“They’re very good at explaining things, not overwhelming us with technical buzzwords. ”
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