Operators and service companies across the energy industry have ambitious IT development plans. There are tremendous opportunities to leverage IT development projects to reduce costs, improve production and delivery sustainability outcomes. 

At the same time, companies face significant challenges recruiting and retaining technology talent. This creates bottlenecks in application development and asset optimization critical to driving business innovation and energy transition.

Industry leaders like Shell, EBN, and Enexis are leveraging new technologies such as low-code platforms and Industrial IoT (IIoT) to accelerate digitalization. Low-code platforms allow companies to shift application development tasks to non-developers such as analysts, engineers, or operators.

Companies can quickly connect complex industrial IT, OT, and IoT data sources by leveraging low code data integration, data management, and app development technologies.

This will result in substantial operations and maintenance savings, lowering the cost of operating IT infrastructure, and increased organizational agility.

Join us on Thursday, October 20 at 9 a.m. MT for a one-hour discussion exploring the energy future and how low code development can help your organization adapt and thrive. Can't make the event? Register anyway and we will send you the recording. 

Meet your speakers

Greg Elliott has 15+ years of enterprise technology and consulting experience where he’s helped numerous industrial firms solve complex data architecture, and transformational advanced analytics challenges, spanning dozens of use cases. He currently works as a pre-sales solutions consultant at Siemens Digital Industries Software where he is responsible for working with Energy & Utilities organizations to help them accelerate and automate data integration, data management, advanced analytics and app development activities, across use cases that impact: grid resiliency & reliability, asset management, ESG, regulatory compliance and much more.

John Lusty is the leader of Global Industry Marketing for the Energy & Utilities Industry at Siemens and has over 25 years of experience in the energy and process industries.  He joined Siemens in 2012 and has held positions in Sales, Industry Solutions, and now Industry Marketing. John holds a Bachelor of Science in Earth Science from the University of Guelph and lives in Calgary.


Moderator Bemal Mehta, Managing Director, Energy Intelligence, for JWN Energy and geoLOGIC Systems. He leads the group’s efforts in the areas of business intelligence and strategic insight. He has over 25 years of experience developing analytical insights across multiple industries including energy and technology.