Industry Forum 2013
Wed, 16 January 2013
Houston, TX, USA: AVEVA announced today that it is participating as a gold sponsor of the 17th annual ARC World Industry Forum 2013, being held in Orlando, Florida, February 11-14, 2013. AVEVA will use the event to showcase AVEVA Everything3D (AVEVA E3D™), its new software product that enables Plant Design for Lean Construction. Plasco Energy, an AVEVA customer in North America, will speak during the panel session ‘Managing Operational Risks & Business Continuity’ explaining how they have implemented AVEVA PDMS into their current operations workflow, improving project efficiency and reducing rework, resulting in time and cost savings.
'The ARC World Industry Forum is an important conference for the process plant and oil & gas industries', said William Muldoon, Executive Vice President, North America, AVEVA. 'We are delighted that attendees will have the opportunity to learn how Plasco Energy is working with AVEVA to greatly improve its operations workflow. In addition, we will showcase AVEVA E3D, our Plant Design for Lean Construction product that enables project teams to move to the next level of performance by exploiting technology innovations such as laser scanning. The forum is a great way to listen to the needs of the plant industry and continue our long-standing relationship with the ARC Advisory Group. We look forward to discussing AVEVA’s software solutions and demonstrating to the delegates how they can improve productivity, increase reliability and reduce risk throughout the entire lifecycle of their assets.'
Dick Slansky, Senior Analyst for ARC Advisory Group stated, 'Once again, ARC is pleased to have AVEVA, an industry leader in engineering & design and information management solutions, as a Gold Sponsor for our 2013 World Industry Forum in Orlando. Clearly, AVEVA has identified this event as an ideal venue to discuss and showcase the company’s innovative solutions that its global client base of EPCs and Owner Operators employ to improve both project and asset performance.'
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