Be Smart About New Sources of Data

How utility companies can turn data into knowledge

Check out our infographic which explains how utility companies can turn data into knowledge with new sources of data.

Less than 10 years ago, it felt like prehistoric times.

Utility companies collected data using analog meters.

Modern utilities

The good news is that we are no longer in prehistoric times.


Utility companies are now modernizing their infrastructure, installing telematics sensors, smart meters, and other technology to proactively address outages, equipment failures, etc.

The not-so-good news: We are living in the age of data overload

Today, utility companies must quickly extract insights from all these new sources of data in order to keep pace with customer expectations.

Unfortunately, traditional data management quality tools are no match for new sources of data.

And questions about data quality can rob data insights of any value.

To address these questions and turn data into knowledge, you need to do things differently.

You can do things differently with one tool that empowers any user to wrangle data quality and create valuable insights from troves of data and with a data governance wrapper around it.