Managing Director & Senior Partner, Leader DEEP AI and FieldSOX
Alfonso Abella leads The Boston Consulting Group’s Operations practice in Iberia, and he is a core member of BCG’s Energy, People & Organization, and Technology, Media, & Telecommunications practices.
Since joining BCG in 2002, Alfonso has worked extensively with clients in the energy and telco industries on issues related to asset management, customer centricity, and value-based analytics. He has led numerous projects on strategy and business plans, corporate development processes, regulatory strategy, organizational structures, efficiency programs, transformation, and change management.
In addition, Alfonso has worked across a wide range of industries on engagements related to global sourcing and purchasing optimization, HR and talent management, and the role of corporate functions and shared service centers.
Las ventas digitales y, por tanto, el marketing digital tienen un potencial enorme para las compañías y sus negocios. En los últimos años, hemos constatado que aquellas compañías que emplean campañas basadas en mejores prácticas de marketing digital mejoran su adquisición y retención de clientes y su imagen de marca.
As empresas que usam campanhas baseadas nas melhores práticas de marketing digital melhoram a aquisição, a retenção e a imagem da marca de seus clientes.
Energy networks that follow four guidelines for selecting and implementing WFM systems can capture efficiencies and improve customer service.
It’s time to take vegetation management to the next level. Adopting a bionic approach can reduce costs and risks while boosting employee performance.
Leading networks deploy digital solutions to identify the root causes of their challenges and employ the right human capabilities to ensure the solutions are successful.
By combining human know-how with technology, data, and advanced analytics, energy networks can predict potential failures, optimize asset performance, and reduce the time to deploy.
There’s a powerful—and much needed—way for players to differentiate themselves. But first they need to correct the misconceptions holding them back.
Asset intensive industries struggle to minimize maintenance costs while maximizing reliability. Maintenance strategy, work order planning, and predictive maintenance can help guide companies both in the short and long term.
Vegetation management is not a new focus for utility networks looking to mitigate the impact of climate change. But by using a bionic approach, an entire industry can be revolutionized.
How can the bionic approach solve the issue of bringing data and digital technologies to asset management?