Wednesday, Jun 13, 2012 - Wednesday, Jun 13, 2012
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Forty-six percent of the total U.S. adult population owns a smartphone, and 88 percent has some kind of cell phone.
Today's always-on mobile consumer prefers texting to email, and email to phone or face-to-face communication. So what does this mean for utilities? Could mobility be the next killer "app"?
Texting updates during an outage is just one - of many - utility approaches to mobile communication today. Learn how leading power companies are getting creative with mobile-app development to successfully engage customers in this free Intelligent Utility Reality Series webcast:
Mobility: The Next Killer App?
Utility lessons and best practices from the field.
June 13, 2012, 12-1 p.m. ET
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This free webcast will provide strategic and actionable insights on:
How utilities are implementing mobile customer solutions today for improved engagement.
Lessons and success from the field - including customer feedback.
Opportunities for mobile apps in the future.
This event is underwritten by:
Moderated by Kate Rowland, editor in chief, Intelligent Utility, this webcast will include lessons learned and best practices form:
- Frank Scumacci, General Manager of echannels, ComEd
- Pam Wheat, Retail Market Operations Manager, Oncor
Don't miss your chance to get the inside scoop on killer approaches to mobile communications.
This webcast is free but seating is limited. Register today to guarantee your seat.
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