Leading Practices For ETRM System Conversion, Cutover & Go-Live

Leading Practices for ETRM System Conversion, Cutover & Go-Live

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Find out why a smooth go-live of a new ETRM system can go a long way in helping an organization avoid precipitous drops in productivity after launch and realize benefits of enhanced transactional consistency afforded by leading software. Energy or commodity trading and risk management (ETRM or CTRM) system implementations…

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Kent Landrum, Managing Director in Opportune LLP’s Process & Technology practice who leads the firm’s Downstream Sector, has 20 years of diversified information technology experience with an emphasis on solution delivery for the energy industry. Kent has a proven track record of managing full life cycle software implementation projects for downstream and utilities companies, including ERP, ETRM, BI, MDM, and CRM. Prior to rejoining Opportune, he served as a Vice President & Chief Information Officer for CPS Energy. Kent holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science and Economics from Trinity University and a master’s degree in Organizational Development from the University of the Incarnate Word.

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Jason Wilton is a Director in Opportune LLP’s Process & Technology practice. Jason has 11 years of oil and gas experience in various roles, including project management, packaged software implementation, custom trade risk modeling and design, process analysis, software development, and data maintenance strategies. His time with Opportune has been spent focused at PBF Energy, Sunoco LLP, ExxonMobil, and Amerigas. Jason holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in Management and Computer Information Systems from Colorado State University.

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