Today, energy companies face a whole host new challenges are arriving in the form of environmental, social and governance pressures; driven by the sustainability agenda, the post-pandemic world, and political priorities.
Every business in the sector undertakes projects of differing sizes, with differing budgets and varying aims. Whilst all of these things must be considered, if they are to meet their goals, there are a range of problems that all companies face.
During our research one of the most common findings was that projects often focus on the output and what is published rather than the outcome and what is achieved. Businesses need to think of the ‘afters’ and what it is that they want to get from their projects and deliver to customers.
At any stage of business life, these challenges would be enough, requiring significant focus
and investment of money and people resources. However, most energy companies haven’t fully
realised the last transformation, the one that perhaps holds the key to many of their current,
short-term and long-term survival needs… their digital transformation.
Energy companies are challenged with getting to grips with digital technology and associated customer expectations faster and more effectively than they have done so to date. Not only to survive and thrive in the digital age but to maximise their positive impact on their people, communities and on the planet.
In our latest Playbook, discover five key problem areas and the underexploited digital initiatives that energy companies can focus on, to engineer change and build a more digitally competitive business.
The five key areas covered:
- The problem with projects
- The problem with monoliths
- The problem with thinking you know what your customers want
- The problem with people
- The problem with data
Download our playbook to discover what you can do right now to address these problem areas...