Webinar: Managed services and metering insights to ensure maximum financial health for utilities in West Africa
Revenue collection in utilities and municipalities has never been at as much risk as it currently is. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, revenue collection across sub-Saharan Africa was dismally low. In parts of Africa, for instance, it was suggested that 60% of revenue reflected on the books of municipalities would never be paid.
If revenue collection from electricity sales fall in light of the ongoing pandemic, the impact could be devastating. Yet, as the financial realities of life in a post pandemic world start making themselves felt, power theft and payment delinquency are on the increase.
Meters have long been a gateway to revenue collection and management for utilities. Yes anything that can potentially impact the accuracy of a meter or a subsequent bill will compromise revenue in one way or another. One of the key management responsibilities, therefore, is to ensure that the meter is as accurate, robust and reliable as possible; that is remains 100% functional, that vending is facilitated seamlessly, and that revenue management and revenue protection operate in tandem.
During this session (which forms part of the Digital Energy Festival), the speakers will showcase Conlog’s ability to assist utilities in their pivot to digital in a time of huge uncertainty and financial pressure.
Specifically, the sessions will highlight the importance of remote insight into power usage, customer purchase patterns and detecting potential fraud. In addition, we will examine how easily, seamlessly and cost effectively utilities can deliver superior customer service through remote vending, managed metering services and Conlog’s cloud platform – saving utilities money and improving on their customer engagement.
Register and find out more here: https://www.future-energy-nigeria.com/the-digital-series/ensuring-financial-health-for-utilities#/