As the Global Utilities Industry Lead, Ana Domingues is responsible for the portfolio strategy and growth of CGI’s global utilities business. In this role, Ana drives executive discussions and decision making on industry strategies at both the global and local levels, steers investments in growth areas and solutions, and engages with senior client executives to accelerate CGI business units’ growth plans and boost key engagements. She is a recognized thought leader providing differentiated market views, speaking at global and local events and engaging with market influencers and collaborators. Ana has more than 20 years of experience in the utilities sector, with extensive expertise in business development and business consultancy. Previously at CGI, Ana has held P&L leadership positions in Spain and Portugal, supporting the launch, development and transformation of businesses. She holds masters’ degrees in engineering and business administration.
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Utilities Digital Journey Insights (Part 5): Utilities decentralize organizational models to meet consumer needs
2019-03-27 To gain the true value of digital transformation, utilities are embracing more dynamic and autonomous organizational structures that enable them to make decisions closer to the customer.
2019-02-19 In Texas, community solar farms enable citizens to contribute to a greener environment. In Europe, if one owns solar panels but not a battery, E.ON Solarcloud offers the option of creating a credit balance for the winter. Some utilities even provide vehicle-to-grid services and home energy ...
Utilities Digital Journey Insights (Part 3): Data, the new “digital capital” - Going beyond the hype of advanced analytics and AI
2018-10-31 This series of blog posts builds on the 2018 CGI Client Global Insights, providing insights into how utilities are making progress toward digital transformation. The findings and perspectives are based on 1,400 in-person interviews with business and IT executives, of which 127 are from the utilities ...Utilities