Oracle to Demonstrate Utilities Industry Leadership and Vision at CS Week 2010


At CS Week 2010, Oracle will demonstrate its leadership and vision in Nashville, Tenn., May 25-28 at the Nashville Convention Center.

Oracle Utilities Group Vice President of Product Strategy and Management, Linda Jackman, will speak on a panel during the executive summit session, “Latest Approaches to Applying Technology to Customer Service” on Tuesday, May 25 at 2 p.m. CDT.  Jackman will also present on a panel during a meter data management workshop entitled “Meter Data Management Shoot-out Part 2” on Wednesday, May 26 at 3 p.m. CDT.

Oracle Utilities Senior Director of Product Management, Bruce Kane, and Oracle Utilities Vice President of Product Management, Brad Williams, will present during the Field Customer Service Workshop “The Advantages of Centralization and Mobile Workforce Management” on Thursday, May 27 at 10:30 a.m. CDT.

Oracle Utilities Vice President of Industry Strategy, Guerry Waters, will speak during a session entitled, “A Day in the Life of the Smart Grid” on Thursday, May 27 at 2:30 p.m. CDT.   

At the Oracle booth #500, attendees can find out more about why Oracle is the Smart Grid Choice and experience demonstrations for:

  • Oracle Utilities Customer Care and Billing
  • Oracle Utilities Meter Data Management
  • Oracle Utilities Mobile Workforce Management
  • Oracle Utilities Work and Asset Management
  • Oracle Web Self-Services

Additionally, Oracle Utilities will host a complimentary cocktail reception for utilities attendees, media, analysts and selected partners at Merchants Restaurant, 401 Broadway Avenue, Nashville on Wednesday, May 26 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. CDT.   

Oracle Utilities encourages attendees to follow Oracle’s presence and insight from the show on its Delicious, Facebook, LinkedIn, Oracle Utilities Blog, Twitter and YouTube pages.
“At CS Week 2010, attendees will focus on the tools they need to manage operations agilely, provide customers with actionable information about their energy use and prepare to accept new renewable energy sources into the grid.  We look forward to showcasing Oracle’s broad offering that enables both immediate benefits and an easier transition to a full smart grid architecture in the future,” said Stephan Scholl, senior vice president and general manager, Oracle Utilities.