AVEVA presents at Kuwait EPC Projects Summit 201304 February 2013
Showcasing Integrated Project Execution solutions to improve EPC project efficiency, reducing risk and cost
Dubai, UAE: AVEVA announced today that it is presenting, sponsoring and exhibiting at the upcoming Kuwait EPC Projects Summit being held 18-19 February 2013. Engineering, Procurement and Construction contractors (EPCs) will be able to learn about AVEVA’s software solutions for Integrated Project Execution, and how they can increase efficiency, reduce time and costs on major capital projects. On Tuesday 19 February at 11am AVEVA will present ‘Maximising the value of digital information from design to operations’.
'Managing and assuring the integrity of both the digital and the physical asset is a challenge shared by both EPCs and Owner Operators throughout the lifecycle of engineering projects', said Evgeny Fedotov, Senior Vice President, Russia, India & Middle East, AVEVA. 'With an estimated 1% of total capital expenditure wasted as a result of poorly executed project information handovers, it is vital that data related to these assets be integrated and shared from initial design through to operations.
'The Kuwait EPC Projects Summit is a fantastic opportunity for us to showcase our plant project lifecycle solutions, which enable the adoption of an Integrated Project Execution strategy. Along with our presentation, we will be demonstrating how our business-critical software solutions are helping the process plant community work efficiently throughout the whole value chain, reducing cost and risk and improving data quality.'
AVEVA will present how its solutions can assist in managing design, construction, handover and operations more effectively and safely, from FEED through Operations.
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