Trends and Challenges

The energy and industrial sector is undergoing an unprecedented transformation driven by a number of current trends and challenges.

Sustainability has become a clear focus for companies seeking to be more responsible in their practices when it comes to their commitment to society. The drive for decarbonisation is another crucial aspect related to this concept. The demand for clean energy and energy efficiency has become imperative, and organisations are adopting more sustainable solutions to reduce their carbon footprint.

One of the main driving forces behind this transformation lies in technological advances and the ongoing digitisation of the sector; technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and blockchain technology are revolutionising the way energy resources are produced, distributed, and consumed. It has become fundamental to align with these technological advances, thereby improving the customer experience in the digital environment. Companies are focused on providing personalised, efficient, and reliable solutions that are tailored to the individual needs of their customers.

Finally, a key concern in the industrial sector specifically is creating mechanisms to control inflation and ensure stability in the supply chain. We seek solutions for managing prices efficiently and ensuring a secure and reliable supply of all resources.

Industry Transformation

Axis Corporate, part of Accenture has the necessary capabilities to respond to the current and future momentum of the industry, supporting the sector’s entities in their transformation processes, based mainly on the following lines of action:

  • Assessing new business models and entering into new markets through both organic and inorganic growth.
  • Reviewing and adapting the product and service portfolio to market needs.
  • Increasing the effectiveness and efficiency of the distribution model and channels.
  • Improving the customer experience and satisfaction.
  • Maximising profitability through efficiency in operations and supplier networks.
  • Optimisation of the finance function.
  • Integrating ESG practices in the corporate strategy and adapting the risk management, internal control, and audit models.
  • Optimising the technological model that supports the business and its scalability.