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Utiligroup Ltd, Utilihouse, East Terrace,
Euxton Lane, Chorley PR7 6TE
The market is changing to a new basis we call Energy 2.0 combining market change, customer expectation growth and disruptive innovation building over time. We seek to enable our clients in their journey to turn this range of change into a roadmap of customer value providing trust, benefit and empowerment, through time that we call Customer 4D. Utiligroup engages extensively in market change to reflect the interests of our clients in these programmes and our enabling solutions.
what we do today...
Our ‘7 for 17’ programme starts with today's near term market change, turning compliance into enabling competitive opportunity through the application of our solution architecture to deliver new managed services that apply our proven software. Our 7 for 17 framework contains the 7 near term changes of critical impact to suppliers and so us. They focus us, our clients and partners on what is real, mandated and needed now as top priority.
Providing insight on how to turn future utilities into real UK customer value.
We have created an approach to bring together all the stakeholders and data sources to collaborate in a new LivingLab to create the Customer 4D evolving value of the future.
The Living Lab is our capability to create customer value for Energy 2.0.
We are launching a Living Lab at our HQ.
We provide integrated, secure, scalable market platform that brings together diverse data, analytical techniques and high performance managed services in the Utiligroup private 'Cloud' that enables interoperability, diversity of sources, service application, operational resilience and evolution of future customer value.
Utiligroup’s Software as a Service (SaaS) applications offer a fully managed, secure and resilient service rooted on the latest best-of-breed cloud software and modern best practice processes and capabilities.
We help clients deliver the experiences their customers deserve and reduce the barriers to entry for both fast growing new market entrants and existing future utilities.