Vijoy Mathew

CMS Energy
Executive Director – IT, Enterprise Architecture & Application Services

Vijoy Mathew is the Director for Application Portfolio Services in the IT department at Consumers Energy, responsible for Analytics, Integration, Application Development and Testing. Consumers Energy is a public utility that provides natural gas and electricity to 6.6 million of Michigan’s 10 million residents.

Vijoy has five years of Utility IT experience in a career spanning over twenty years.


April 16, 2018

1:00  -  3:00

Analytics, Architectures and Technologies Working Group: An Interactive Discussion

Participants will review the results of the Analytics, Architectures and Technologies survey and then will be split up into focused groups to have focused discussions on their analytics strategies and architectures and how they compare to survey results. This session is open to UAI members only and requires pre-registration. If you are interested in learning … Continued

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April 17, 2018

11:45  -  12:45

301: Two Utilities share Best Practices for Data Centralization, Quality and Governance

Southern California Edison and Consumers Energy will share best practices on how they consolidate and/or connect disparate data while ensuring data management, data quality and governance practices are maintained. SCE’s presentation will highlight how they are integrating data from multiple systems to build a holistic view while identifying and improving the quality of the data … Continued

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April 17, 2018

4:00  -  5:15

501: The Foundation of Analytics Success: Analytics Roadmap Panel Discussion

A panel of industry leaders will discuss their take on critical elements underlying analytics success; including people, process and technology. Topics may include things such as organizational models, resource skillsets, data governance, and tools and technologies. Attend to listen and discuss what utility companies like Duke, Tennessee Valley Authority, Southern California Edison and Southern Company … Continued

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