Research Director, IDC Energy Insights
Emilie Ditton is Research Director for IDC Energy Insights and is the Head of IDC’s Asia/Pacific Energy and Worldwide Mining practices. She has been leading IDC’s mining sector research for the last five years and her core research coverage focuses on the evolution of technology strategies of mining and energy companies as they respond to changing marketplaces, the requirement to create operational excellence, and changing customer expectations. Her research has a particular focus on the interplay among technology, people, and processes within the operations of mining and energy companies. She supports clients by looking at maturity, best practices, and technology ecosystem trends.
Ms. Ditton is a chemical engineer who started her career in the utilities sector with the Australian Gas Light (AGL) Company in Sydney during the introduction of price deregulation and was a core team member who contributed to modeling the capital value of assets and their utilization across the network as the basis of pricing. Following her work at AGL, she then moved to London, where she worked in senior roles for British Telecom (BT), first in BT Wholesale and then BT Government, assessing opportunities for BT at a time of considerable transformation in ICT use by the U.K. government. She then moved back to Australia and became a senior member of the Ovum Telecoms consulting team in Melbourne before her current role for IDC.
Team: Asia/Pacific Energy Insights and Vertical Markets,
IDC MaturityScape: Digital Transformation in Utilities 1.0
Sparshy Rajeev Saxena, Emilie Ditton, Roberta Bigliani, Kevin Prouty
Nov 2016 - Doc # AP41102916 IDC MaturityScape
IDC Energy Insights has developed this Digital Transformation (DX) MaturityScape to help business and IT leaders within the utilities sector understand and cope with the challenges and opportunities that DX can bring to their enterprises ...purchase document
IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Utilities 2017 Predictions
Roberta Bigliani, Emilie Ditton, Gaia Gallotti, Yayoi Hirose, Kevin Prouty, Sparshy Rajeev Saxena, Jean-François Segalotto, John Villali, Nigel Wallis
Nov 2016 - Doc # EMEA40123816 IDC FutureScape
The traditional utility business model is broken, the pace of decarbonization is accelerating, and distributed generation is on the rise. At the same time, technology and the overall business environment are changing at a tremendous spee ...purchase document
|IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Mining 2017 Predictions|
|Framingham, MA United States|
|November 03, 2016|