Change in generation resources and demand response drive industry to seek new sources of revenue
New York – July 30, 2012 – OpenLink Financial LLC (OpenLink), a leading provider of commodity/energy trading and risk management (C/ETRM) software solutions, released findings following a recent energy industry event titled, "Executing to the Optimal Answers: Getting to the Next Level of Performance." Featured panelists included IDC Energy Insights Vice President Jill Feblowitz.
Registrants noted their top concerns as: reducing the cost of legacy ETRM solutions and planning (36%); improving analytics and portfolio decision-making (32%); and integrating optimization and forecasting into their execution requirements (32%).
Feblowitz had these recommendations for participants during the event:
Markus Seiser, EVP for OpenLink, said, "Now more than ever, technologies that allow companies to optimize portfolio value and strategies in near-real-time will become a key differentiator for firms, especially as they seek new opportunities to grow, optimize and hedge their portfolios. We are pleased that IDC Energy Insights support our ongoing investment and technology roadmap for the U.S. mid-market energy sector, and integrated physical asset optimization."
To learn more about the recent webinar, visit: Executing to the Optimal Answers: Getting to the Next Level of Performance.
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