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Building a Digital Bridge: Three Utilities That Transformed the Digital Customer Experience

Find out about why building a digital bridge for utilities customers isn’t optional, and industry customer engagement success stories.

Vikas Mukhi | April 10, 2018

TIMESTAMP versus DATE/TIME

Is it better to use a single TIMESTAMP column or two columns, one DATE and the other TIME? Craig Mullins advises in latest blog post.

Craig Mullins | March 28, 2018

Redefining the Customer-Centric Utilities Company in the Age of Distributed Energy Resources

The key to a successful DER implementation strategy is in improved customer relationships, including the adoption of successful tools for self-service.

Vikas Mukhi | March 22, 2018

The Cost of Ignoring the Future of Self-Service Customer Support

Everyone knows that customer service is important for business. In today’s digital world, the definition of what constitutes great customer service is changing.

Vikas Mukhi | March 21, 2018

Null Follow-up: IS [NOT] DISTINCT FROM

Datavail consultant Craig Mullins blog on Null Follow-up.

Craig Mullins | March 15, 2018

Tips for Analyzing Customer Data to Improve Marketing

Customer data is vital to organizations’ marketing efforts. You have the data, but what do you do with it? New blog provides tips.

Vikas Mukhi | March 14, 2018

Hyperion Myth #8: Production and Non-Production Environments are Difficult to Keep in Sync

When your Hyperion environments get out of sync, don’t let your workflow get out of sync too.

Jonathan Berry | March 7, 2018

Content Migration Part 2 – How to Succeed

You’ve planned the content migration in Part 1 of the blog series. Now it’s time to review the tools and techniques for success for your SharePoint migration.

Jason Wong | March 1, 2018

Null Troubles

Understanding what nulls are, and how best to use them, can help you to create usable db2 databases and design useful and correct queries in your db2 applications.

Craig Mullins | February 28, 2018
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