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  • 1. A collaboration of: Kevin Capitani National Vice President, Utilities SAP
  • 2. 2013 Event Theme: Designing the Modern Utility Data Driven Innovation Customer Centric Operations Next Generation Workforce Evolving to the Cloud Designing the Modern Utility…
  • 3. Highlights of the Conference 100 Year Storm
  • 4. • Usability • Moving to the Cloud • Mobility • Customer Engagement • HANA & Big Data SAP is Listening to Our Customers
  • 5. Partner Focus 32 Sponsors Supporting SAP for Utilities Diamond Platinum Gold Silver Sponsors
  • 6. Todd Inlander Vice President & Chief Information Officer
  • 7. Slide 8 Welcome to Huntington Beach Some fun facts about California • It’s bigger than you probably think o California is larger than eighty-five of the smallest nations in the world o One out of every eight United States residents lives in California o California is the first state to ever reach a trillion dollar economy in gross state product o If California 's economic size were measured by itself to other countries, it would rank the 7th largest economy in the world • Cool Californian Inventions o Barbie Dolls, blue jeans, the boysenberry, the pill, white zinfandel wine, the square tomato, natural soda, the computer "mouse," the wetsuit, theme parks, and…. o The birth of the Internet was sparked from the campus of UCLA in 1969 when professor Leonard Kleinrock needed a way to communicate between campuses Trivia source: http://www.pashnittours.com/funfacts.html Huntington Beach pier photo source: http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view- image.php?image=2520
  • 8. Southern California Edison Profile SCE Service Territory Safe, Reliable, Affordable Electricity  One of nation’s largest investor-owned electric utilities  16,515 employees  Providing electricity for over 125 years  50,000 square-mile service territory  4.9 million customer accounts  Serving 14 million people  Fortune 500 ranking 212, total shareholder return 12.4%  Revenues of $11.8 billion, assets of $44 billion
  • 9. Slide 10 Major Technology Accomplishments Major SAP implementation began in 2008 and completed in 2011. Modules Include:  Finance Accounting  Enterprise Asset Management  Supply Chain Management  Human Capital Management  Analytics and Reporting  Enterprise Resource Management  Customer Management Software  Governance, Risk & Compliance  Project & Portfolio Management Delivered Smart Connect vision by deploying 5 million smart meters and building infrastructure by 2012 New data center construction and buildout Implementing major elements of a Smart Grid Infrastructure  PHASOR – Continuously making improvements to our proprietary grid network supporting our substation expansion  CRAS – Centralized Remedial Action Schemes  CMS – Consolidated Mobile Solution  GIS – Geographic Information System Continuously making improvements to our proprietary grid network by extending approximately 4,000 miles of SCE fiber Completed an initial facelift of SCE.com early in 2013 to begin our customer improvement strategy Safe, Reliable, Affordable Electricity
  • 10. Slide 11 How SCE is Using SAP to Align to Industry Changes  The Utility industry is facing change and affordability pressures and SCE is in pursuit of operational excellence  There is significant cost pressure as distributed generation costs decrease  SCE is building system capabilities to meet changing regulations  SCE is leveraging SAP for integration with acquisitions of new entities  SCE will be leveraging SAP to electronically transmit inventory and demand forecast information to vendors as part of an integrated Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) solution  We have embarked on a simplification and standardization effort leveraging SAP out-of-the-box functionality  Standardizing resource and capacity planning  Re-evaluating asset visibility and accounting for Labor, Materials, Contract, & Other (LMCO)  Expanded use of our available SAP functionality  Standardizing integration with commercial off the shelf (COTS) tools & applications Safe, Reliable, Affordable Electricity
  • 11. Slide 12  SCE enabled sophisticated Procure to Pay (P2P) models using SAP solutions  This created a level of maturity between SCE and its major vendors not just for sourcing, purchasing (PO), invoicing and payment, but also pre-PO work accounting for 2.5 billion of annual SCE spend resulting in significant savings annually  Now with Ariba on our road map we are targeting P2P maturity across the entire 4.5 billion annual SCE spend.  With Ariba being a networked service across multiple industries, we are looking to co-innovate with Ariba on some of the solutions we have in place for pre-Purchase Order work which would provide benefits to SCE and other companies using Ariba, regardless of industry  Enhanced reporting capabilities improve business agility  SCE enabled SAP’s HANA in-memory technology to address requirements for large data volume and faster performance for analytics and reporting  SCE is leveraging the suite of Business Objects tools to provide capabilities for data exploration, analytics and visualization, enabling timely insights for business decision making How SCE is Using SAP to Align to Industry Changes Safe, Reliable, Affordable Electricity
  • 12. Southern California Edison Participants Monday, September 16 10:15am-11:00am EAM Integration and Automation Al Ledesma, Manager, Project Portfolio Process Integration – Information Technology Jill Carlisle, Facilities Planning, Architecture & Construction – Corporate Real Estate Tuesday, September 17 7:00am-8:15am SAP HANA Experiences at Southern California Edison - BW HANA and Standalone HANA Ron Grabyan, Manager, Data Warehousing Services – Information Technology 11:45am-12:30pm How to Analyze Your SAP Data and Optimize Your Workforce Joseph Conti, Senior Project Manager, Distribution Field Program Rate Challenge – Transmission & Distribution - 40 Attendees representing Southern California Edison Safe, Reliable, Affordable Electricity
  • 13. Tuesday, September 17, 5:00PM – 6:00PM on Huntington Beach  Take the bridge from the Hyatt to the beach Charities:  The Energy Assistance Fund (EAF) is Southern California Edison's (SCE) only non-profit organization and direct payment assistance program  No home should ever have to go without electricity o Since 1982, more than 200,000 income-qualified customers have received utility bill payment assistance through EAF  The Neighbor to Neighbor fund, San Diego Gas & Electric’s (SDG&E) charity organization, helps those facing financial hardship like unexpected job loss or illness with assistance in paying their utility bill  Since 1983, the program has given nearly $1 million to thousands of customers who struggle to make ends meet Representatives from both charities will be accepting donations throughout the conference Kite Extravaganza Charity Fundraiser
  • 14. A collaboration of: Todd Inlander Southern California Edison Company TODD.INLANDER@SCE.COM
  • 15. © 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 17Public A collaboration of: Kevin Capitani National Vice President, Utilities SAP
  • 16. © 2012 SAP AG. All rights reserved. 21Public SAP Best-Run Utility Award 2013 Recipients US Projects of the Year Canada Project of the Year Top Innovator – Technology Top Innovator – Mobility Utility of the Year
  • 17. In Closing I challenge everyone to “Design their Modern Utility” We, at SAP are Committed to your Success Thank You and Enjoy the Conference!

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