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Digitising water utility organisations with Oracle

Increasingly engaged customers are forcing Australia’s water utilities sector to modernise asset management, adopt smart metering technologies and offer cloud based digital services.

Growing pressures to ensure speed and accessibility of digital services, environmentally sustainable practices and the security of critical infrastructure are challenging executives as they strive to optimise use of shrinking budgets, preserve the profitability of operations and maintain market share.

With more than 40 years of proven experience in servicing water utilities organisations globally and having invested more than $90M into R&D for the utilities sector, Oracle’s end to end smart water management solution is enabling executives to meet the demands of digital age customers now and modernise business models to ensure sustainability.


During this discussion hosted by Sally A Illingworth with Oracle we gain expert industry insight from Nick Birrell, Vice President of Utilities Industry Strategy at Oracle, Jennifer Rebeiro, Chief Information Officer at Greater Western Water, Rian Sullings, Digital Metering Transition Manager at Sydney Water, and Luke Stow.

Oracle, Greater Western Water and Sydney Water discussing the digitisation of water utilities in Australia

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