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Vice President Business Developme...

Local Address: Omaha, Nebraska, United States
Utility Solutions Partners
 
Background

Employment History

  • Manager, Business Development
    Utility Solutions Partners
  • Vice President Business Development
    Five Point
  • Vice President of Utility Industry Program, Omaha
    PeopleSoft Inc
  • Energy Industry Consultant, Global Programs
    PeopleSoft Inc
  • Business Development Manager
    EP2M
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Web References
TelecomClick
www.telecomclick.com, 1 May 2000 [cached]
Many utilities have been spending their time trying to figure_out how deregulation will impact their businesses and aligning their business accordingly , says John Schulte , vice_president of utility industry program at PeopleSoft's Omaha , Neb. , office.With a lot of that work completed , they are starting to look at tools to support new initiatives.
CRM fits in with this transition so I expect sales of these system to pick_up significantly in the second half of this year..
These purchases will help determine which vendors are victorious in tying together these systems.
Platts — Energy Information Technology Conference & Expo — AGENDA
www.platts.com, 27 Feb 2003 [cached]
John F. Schulte, Energy Industry Consultant, Global Programs, PeopleSoft
Security: What Technology Innovations are Market-ready and Which are on the Horizon? Information technology security is an evolving discipline whose importance has risen dramatically as the need to protect the nation's energy infrastructure has never been greater.A critical component of any security strategy requires attention to key technologies that can enforce and manage security.Whether the technologies are available today or are on the horizon, energy IT organizations need to stay abreast of the technologies that would thwart hacker and terrorism against them.This session explores a variety of technologies such as firewalls, VPNs, biometrics, PKI, and other products that can help win the security war.
Information Technology - Feature Article
telcomap.rdimaps.com, 30 July 2001 [cached]
"First and foremost, energy companies must select a technology platform that will sustain the organization for the long term," advises John Schulte, vice president of PeopleSoft, Inc.'s (Pleasanton, Calif.) utility industry program."To reap the rewards of a collaborative business, that technology must be pure Internet, with no code on the client."
According to Schulte, the technology must be backed by a vendor with a history of innovative products, industry-leading research and development practices, a reputation for delivering what it promises, and knowledge of the energy industry."The vendor must also show a breadth and depth of applications that scale globally," he says."These applications must be integrated, and built on a flexible architecture that enables easy integration of best-of-breed third-party applications."
UB-CRM
www.softwarestrategies.com, 29 June 1999 [cached]
"Utilities are starting to rethink their strategies about what they traditionally called their CIS and think more in terms of CRM," says John Schulte, vice president of utilities programs for PeopleSoft (www.peoplesoft.com).
CRM, on the other hand, has so many different definitions applied to it that it could easily be a Rorschach test for customer philosophies.But, at its core, it is the gathering and use of customer data to better market to or service customers.This means that CRM solutions, such as Saratoga's AvenueEnergy, allow organizations to gather a wider range of data and then mine that data."Utilities are starting to have sales forces and marketing departments," continues Schulte."Through CRM, you can measure the effectiveness of your programs and track the performance of your sales people."
CRM solutions do not replace CISs, but are a suite of functional extensions to create a fully integrated solution, resulting in a single, integrated view of the customer for the utility.
Energy Markets: May 2003 Issue
www.energy-markets.com, 17 Nov 2002 [cached]
Linking CRM with Business Needs- John Schulte, Peoplesoft
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