A survey of electric utilities shows many have been conservative when it comes to the adoption of new technologies, even though this can lead to inefficiency and unprofitability. Some electric utilities justify holding on to aging systems, paper-based manual processes, and other non-automated systems as a way of containing costs. What they don’t realize is that failure to implement workforce management systems is costing them a fortune. Read the full survey results.
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