Every time you end a word with —TION, —MENT, —ANCE, and —IZATION you have made a noun. Nouns can make your writing static. When you change those nouns to active verbs, you immediately zip up your writing.
Before: Janie’s intention was to surprise her boyfriend with a birthday party. After: Janie intended to….
Before: Igor enjoyed the contentment of a warming fire in his humble home. After: Igor was contented by….
Before: Lorenzo achieved dominance at the spelling bee. After: Lorenzo dominated….
Before: The realization of her error caused Margo embarrassment. After: Margo became embarrassed when she realized her error.
Utilization is a noun you can deep 6 forever. Don’t bother changing it to utilize; that’s just as bad. Go with use.