DTN is more than just a weather forecaster: It also offers decision-support services to companies in agriculture, energy, commodities, and the finance industry. Its weather-related services can be as simple as helping utilities predict short-term demand for energy, or as complex as advising maritime transporters on routing ocean-going cargo ships around developing storms. Over the years, DTN has bought up several niche data service providers, each with its own IT systems — an environment that challenged DTN IT’s ability to innovate.
Veranese Promoted to CEO of AMI
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