Sunnyvale, California – October 25, 2011: TXU Energy, the largest retail supplier of electricity in the State of Texas, is the subject of a new case study from Gartner Research, Inc., a leading information technology research and advisory company. The case study, authored by VP Distinguished Analyst W. Roy Schulte, covers best practices for IT and business leaders to develop profitable customer-centric strategies.
The report “explains how real-time operational intelligence is used to improve customer service for complex end-to-end business processes in a virtual enterprise. IT leaders, business leaders and business analysts must understand best practices to minimize their risk and achieve rapid payback.”
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Download a complimentary copy of Gartner Research’s “Case Study: Learn Some Lessons from TXU Energy’s Operational Intelligence System.”
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