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Dear Utilities Community,
I would like to welcome you to the October issue of our newsletter.
We are very excited about the launch of our SAP E-Mobility solution, which took place in September. The cloud-based solution enables you to set up, operate and manage charging networks for electric vehicles with integration into end-to-end billing processes on one platform.
From November 15 to 19, we will be hosting our second SAP Partner Utility Week 2021. In cooperation with our global industry partners Accenture, EY, Atos, Deloitte, and Infosys, we will offer daily sessions on different topics to benefit from the joint learnings.
A further highlight are our two new free trails for SAP S/4HANA Utilities and the SAP Utilities Industry Cloud which gives you the opportunity to sample SAP Cloud for Energy integrated with SAP Subscription Billing.
Our customer success stories are another essential aspect.
The German automotive company Elexon successfully implemented SAP E-Mobility to simplify its reimbursement process and enable an on-site connection building energy management and renewable energy resources. ChargeX also deployed SAP E-Mobility to tackle the inflexible onboarding of new charging stations and enjoys now a 50% reduction in time to onboard new chargers.
Bboxx in the UK manufactures, distributes, and finance solar home systems for developing countries and uses SAP software to accelerate global access to clean energy helping the fight against energy poverty.
The German utilities company E.ON recently implemented SAP S/4HANA which promotes innovation, enables new business models, and provides management with high qualitative and transparent figures to make quick decisions. Puget Sound Energy in the US updated its third-party payment software to gain greater visibility into customer payments, while AGL employees in Australia have gone digital with the new iOS App and SAP Business Technology Platform.