Anton Kroger


Anton Kroger

About Anton Kroger

Anton Kroger is an Energy and Natural Resources industry solution specialist for SAP based in Australia. Anton has worked in the resources sector for 16 years and has field operations and management experience, both locally in Australia and internationally. He now works with Energy and Natural resources companies across Australia and New Zealand to help them run better, more innovatively and imagine new ways of doing business. He is an advocate for clean energy and resources and believes that innovation is critical to the future of this industry. Anton believes that despite the disruption taking place in the industry today there is still a lot of opportunity for existing companies in the future.

mining, artificial intelligence, industry 4.0, natural resources

How Innovation Is Changing Natural Resource Companies

26-Jun-2018 | Anton Kroger

In my previous two blogs “Natural Resources Companies Ignore Data At Their Peril” and “How Changing Consumer Buying Patterns Are Going To Impact Natural Resource Businesses,” I identified the

supply chain, natural resources, manufacturing, recycling, conservation, price volatility, mining, digital supply networks, supply chain

How Changing Consumer Buying Patterns Are Going To Impact Natural Resource Businesses

7-Jun-2018 | Anton Kroger

In my previous blog, I explored how we socialize, learn, and explore data, and how that will impact natural resources companies in the future. I also identified the following five effects of modern te

natural resources, talent management, big data

Natural Resources Companies Ignore Data At Their Peril

23-May-2018 | Anton Kroger

The natural resources sector was born very early in mankind’s existence. Driven by a desire to find hidden treasure, the allure of gold, silver, diamonds – and later coal, oil, and steel – wa

3 Disruptive Technologies To Combat Global Warming

18-Oct-2016 | Anton Kroger

Climate change is arguably the biggest challenge facing the planet today. In my opinion, politicians, scientists, and energy consumers need to embrace 3 distinct disruptive technologies in order to d