LTI recognized as a Challenger in Avasant’s Utilities Digital Services RadarView™ Report 2020 – 2021

Among endless service provider options, novel and disruptive mechanics in innovation brings recognition as a Challenger for Utilities Digital Services 2020-2021.

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Strong focus on solar & wind storage solutions. Strategy to increase presence in South African market.

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Practice Maturity

  • LTI leverages the domain experience of its parent company, L&T Group, in managing and operating large utilities. For example, L&T Group has a partnership with HIMA, a smart automation solution provider, which LTI leverages its services to its Utility customers.
  • It focuses on automation, analytics, and cloud. Approximately half of its utility revenue comes through digital services.
  • It has developed IP assets leveraging digital and emerging technologies. For instance, its IoT EarthWorX is a smart-connected asset solution providing insights on asset utilization and performance.
  • It has solutions around predictive asset management, video analytics, smart workforce management, AR, GIS-based solutions, smart portals for energy retailers and containerized energy storage. For automation-related services, it has created the Utility Business Assurance Framework.
  • It also has 5 testing labs in Asia and Middle East providing utilities-specific technology testing solutions.
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Investments & Innovation

  • LTI’s IP development and acquisitions are primarily for operate-to-transform (automation), data-driven organization, experience transformation and digitizing the core.
  • It also has a major interest in solar and wind storage. In fact, it has invested in building solutions around robotic solar maintenance.
  • A strategic focus is expansion in South Africa. It opened a global delivery center there in 2018 with plans to leverage local talent and grow its utility business by delivering digital solutions involving big data, cloud, SaaS, and IoT.

Partnership & Ecosystem

  • For utilities, LTI leverages its enterprise-wide partnerships with technology companies such as Oracle, SAP and Microsoft to augment its solutions. For instance, it uses the Oracle Utilities Customer Care Billing solution to automate business processes.
  • It has specific partnerships with product companies such as OSIsoft, Siemens and Schneider Electric. For instance, it leverages OSIsoft’s process information systems to analyze real-time data from assets.


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