Henry Bailey


Henry Bailey

About Henry Bailey

Henry Bailey is global vice president of Utilities Industry Business Unit for SAP. He leads a team of customer focused professionals creating end-2-end solutions across the 5 key market categories; Core Applications, Cloud Computing, Mobile Platforms, Business Intelligence and Database Technologies with HANA.

How A Digital Foundation Flips The Switch On Utilities’ Customer Relationships

7-May-2018 | Henry Bailey

Part 6 of the “Intelligent ERP-Driven Industries” series Utility service providers are moving away from their traditional business model in the wake of new disruptive competitors, new service d

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The Power Of Digital In The Utilities Industry

23-Feb-2018 | Henry Bailey

The utilities industry touches every person, every household, and every business. It provides generation, transmission, distribution, and metering of all forms of energy and water, as well as waste di

The Power Of Digital In The Utilities Industry

5-Jan-2018 | Henry Bailey

The utilities industry touches every person, household, and business. It provides generation, transmission, distribution, and metering of all forms of energy and water, as well as waste disposal and r

Reimagining Business Models In The Utilities Industry

4-May-2016 | Henry Bailey

Technology is transforming many aspects of our lives. Smart technology optimizes everything from our phones and cars to our utilities and cities. We generate Big Data. We store our information in the

How The Internet Of Things Helps Utility Companies

4-May-2016 | Henry Bailey

The Internet of Things (IoT) played a huge role in helping Public Service Electric & Gas (PSE&G) use data to do active asset management. In 2001, the company began a plan for a computerized

Businesswoman using smartphone in city

How Will We Power 10 Billion People By 2050?  

29-Mar-2016 | Henry Bailey

The utilities landscape is changing. Experts predict that the global population will increase to 10 billion people by 2050. Entire countries depend on the constant availability of power. We need to cr