Enough about us, let’s talk about the amazing customers we’re lucky to serve.
We’d like to start by congratulating our 2020 Digital Innovator Award Winners. Each of these winners is doing truly remarkable things within their organizations and across their industries.
Future-Ready Award – Sonelgaz (SPE)
SPE is a power generator that serves more than 10 million customers in North Africa. Their investments in remote monitoring and commitment to digital transformation have led to best-in-class maintenance cost management.
Excellence in Manufacturing Award – Procter & Gamble
One of the largest consumer packaged goods companies in the world, Procter & Gamble must wrangle enterprise-scale manufacturing data for both process and discrete environments. Employing a centralized data approach has improved performance, reduced costs and provided a foundation for analytics and optimization across the enterprise.
Visionary Award - Suncor
Canada's largest integrated energy company, Suncor, was burdened by legacy systems, lack of efficiency and siloed applications that weren’t coordinating with each other. Their 4.0 vision for digital transformation has focused on operational excellence, capital discipline and sustainability leadership.
Reliability & Resiliency Awared – Florida Power & Light (FPL)
FPL is a state utility that generates, transmits, distributes and sells electric energy to 10 million customers. The need to transition to new ways of working while maintaining high-quality service to customers was paramount. We recognize them for managing mission critical systems with employees working from home using remote collaboration tools.
Excellence in operations – New York Power Authority (NYPA)
A few years ago the largest state power organization in the United States, NYPA, faced a pending crisis. They needed to keep power stable, while protecting employees. To overcome this challenge, they built a state-of-the-art operations center, and then COVID-19 hit. The need to shift operations from its Integrated Smart Operations Center to remote operations in a very short timeframe. Using laptops as their only tools, analysts and managers were able execute from home tasks that are usually performed onsite at the monitoring center. 16 power plants and more than 1,400 circuit-miles of transmission lines remained safely serving the community.
Digital Transformation Award - Air Asia
Malaysia-based pioneer, Air Asia, offers low-cost travel in Asia, flying over 390 routes across 22 countries. Like all airlines, this customer has had to respond to the ever changing aviation landscape, including the impact of COVID-19. Leveraging the latest technologies in automation, big data analytics, predictive maintenance, machine learning and artificial intelligence to become an industry leader in 4.0 digital transformation.