Ameren - Protecting the nation's infrastructure with Enterprise Architecture
In this webinar Joe Geary, Enterprise Architect at Ameren Utilities, will take us through practical examples of how Ameren uses Enterprise Architecture to maximize business value, increase technical health, ensure business-digital alignment, reduce risk and leverage business capability modelling / mapping to tie everything together (from strategy to initiatives to technologies) and generate invaluable insights.
This presentation is unique in that Joe will perform a live demonstration of their production views (albeit with obfuscated/randomized data) to effectively communicate across all business/technology levels, at both a summary and drill-down detail level, in order to position Enterprise Architecture to truly drive transformation and generate organizational value.
About Joe Geary
Joe is an Enterprise Architect at Ameren with extensive experience working with all levels of business stakeholders as well as all digital areas. Joe brings a great balance of strategic and hands-on experience, both in business and technology and has developed transformation strategies and roadmaps based on business priorities, technical debt reduction, application rationalization and version currency (dynamically linking technology portfolios to vendor lifecycles), in order to generate maximum business value through IT.
In his role at Ameren Joe has applied his extensive knowledge of hardware, software, networking, applications, and platform engineering to deliver business outcomes and proven methodologies, frameworks and governance to drive change in the organization. Prior to Ameren Joe held senior positions in Tech Mahindra and SAIC
Ameren Corporation is a Fortune 500 company that trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol AEE. It is the parent company of Ameren Illinois, based in Collinsville, Ill., and Ameren Missouri in St. Louis. Ameren Transmission Company, also based in St. Louis, designs and builds regional transmission projects.
Employing more than 9,000 personnel, Ameren powers the quality of life for 2.4 million electric customers and more than 900,000 natural gas customers across a 64,000-square-mile area.
Ameren Missouri ranks as the largest electric power provider in Missouri, and Ameren Illinois ranks as Illinois' third-largest natural gas distribution operation in total number of customers.
Ameren companies generate a net capacity of nearly 10,200 megawatts of electricity and own more than 7,500 circuit miles of transmission lines