As utility industry disruptions continue, leaders must realize the importance of investing in new technology to meet supply chain and recruitment challenges. The Gartner 2023 Hype Cycle for Utility Industry IT details technology advances that can help utility CIOs align technology to business goals and meet growing demands.
This Gartner report outlines the most promising technologies utility leaders need to consider in their decision-making and investment strategies. As with last year’s Hype Cycle Report, we are proud of how many of these technologies are embodied in Trynzic for Utilities.
Expanding on last year’s report, Gartner continues to stress the importance of transitioning to edge and IoT capabilities. In the full report, you’ll get a detailed analysis of various technologies at different stages of the Hype Cycle: on the rise, at the peak, sliding into the trough, and climbing the slope. It also includes:
- Technology type and definition
- Business impact
- User recommendations
The report goes on to make recommendations on how leaders can meet challenges stemming from energy transition, electrification, distributed generation, supply chain constraints, legislation, and a changing workforce. Complete the form below to receive instant access.
Gartner, “Hype Cycle for Utility Industry IT, 2023,” By Nicole Foust, 21 July 2023.
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