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Utilities and Power

 
UTILITIES & POWER COI
IACCM Council Representatives
Network Leads
 

WELCOME TO THE UTILITIES AND POWER COMMUNITY

The Utilities and Power Network of IACCM is a global group of contracts and commercial practitioners from companies in the utilities and power industries.

This Network provides opportunities and platforms for members to explore current and emerging industry trends and practices.  The community will conduct research and engage experts, innovators, and exceptional professionals to share knowledge and experience related to key topics important to members working in these sectors.

Meetings will be virtual (by phone or webinar) unless in specific cases there is an agreed wish to have physical meetings or workshops to develop specific initiatives.

As part of the activity of this Network, we have created a survey. As key players in this sector, we want to understand the challenges that you are experiencing and key areas of focus/interest for your business. The results of this survey will form the basis of key activity planned for this community over the next 12 months. 

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Network Updates

IACCM 2019 Benchmark Report

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Jurisdiction

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CLM experiences

My company is looking into a new CLM solution, and I'd love to hear from other companies what experiences they faced in the RFP/RFI phase or selecting a CLM vendor, implementation experiences, and post deployment user experiences. What went well and what didn't go well? Which specific areas did the CLM not meet your or your stakeholders expectations?

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