016 – Revenue Protection Strategies in Power and Electricity

Date: Apr 18 – 22, 2022 | Aug 1 – 5, 2022
Location: Houston, Texas USA
CEUs: 6.0

Registration Discount: $3,900 – You must Register 60 days in advance and payment must be Paid In Full 30 days prior to the start of class.

Course Overview

Utility company’s operators need to collect all of their revenue to help to secure their position as trusted service providers for years to come. Utility firms have failed because of failure of proper revenue collection that leads to proper accountability. AEI Revenue Protection seminar is focused on solutions that address leakage resulting from poor or ineffective processes, technologies, or payment channels for utility items. These include strategies to protect revenue from competitive threats or e-substitution. In this context the objectives of the seminar are:
• To raise awareness of revenue protection issues and cost-effective mitigation technologies
• To help participants to identify sources of leakage and prepare (during the seminar) effective revenue protection plans
• To share revenue protection solutions
By the end of the seminar, participants should be able:
• To better prioritize and implement different types of revenue protection solutions (controls, technologies, etc.)
• To have a better grasp of cost-effective technologies that reduce leakage
• To formulate (or refine) revenue protection plans and payment channel strategies
Target Audience:
Revenue Directors, Senior Managers, Revenue Protection managers, Mid-level Managers, Government Ministries, Internal Revenue Specialists, Accountants, Consultants, Those in Operations or Finance whose main responsibilities include identification of revenue leakage and definition and implementation of strategies to reduce it.
• The importance of revenue protection for the African Region
• Measures and controls: Methodology to identify and measure largest sources of leakages (Four P Approaches)
• Measures and control: Case studies
• Analyzing operational and accounting data to identify leakage
• Payment channel strategies
• Revenue channel strategies
• Revenue protection technologies
• Developing mitigation plans

Tuition: $4,000