The digitalization journey is about creating real value through data-driven innovation. Companies must be agile and adaptable to be truly successful in today's markets, identifying entirely new ways of working across boundaries toward operational autonomy and faster time to innovation. At the core is the ability to harness the right data to make intelligent decisions about the business. IT/OT convergence is a key enabler of this digitalization journey.
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Leading a team of Digital leaders responsible for the development and execution of Hitachi ABB Power Grids digitalization strategy and Cybersecurity assurance programs. Our commitment is to revolutionize how the world is powered, driving value through digital transformation, helping customers be more productive, agile, autonomous, and secure, and shaping the future of sustainable energy. Dave joined Power Grids in 2017 after 22 years at Cisco Systems leading multiple organizations including Cisco IoT practice.
Jonathan Lang is Research Manager for IDC Insights responsible for the IT/OT Convergence Strategies practice. Mr. Lang’s research focuses on digital transformation strategies in environments where operations technologies are deployed including Manufacturing, Utilities, Oil& Gas, and Healthcare Provider settings. As IT capabilities redefine and extend the core value drivers of operations technologies, Mr. Lang’s research examines strategies, roadmaps, and governance models to drive this convergence and manage the new data and processes it requires.
Phil Gruber is the Energy and Utility Industry leader for Hitachi Vantara. He is an industry-recognized leader with a proven track record for fostering innovation and transformation. Phil has a background in business and technology consulting, software development and implementation, and technology-enabled business transformation. He has over 25 years of experience in the energy and utilities industry, as well as other asset-intensive industries. Phil has held several global roles in his career, and he has worked for business units headquartered in London, Montreal, Munich, New York, Santa Clara, and Sydney. He holds citizenship in the USA and Australia.