The Key to Optimized Asset Performance: Operations Intelligence
Date: Thursday, June 15, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM CDT

In this webinar, hear an industry view on how Operations Intelligence solutions are helping companies better manage operational risk and improve business performance using data they are already collecting. Join the discussion about how the process industries are challenged by a complex, overwhelming amount of data, but are still in need of instant, contextualized information to make rapid, critical decisions.

One way to meet this challenge is to present this contextualized information in a KPI dashboard to track operational performance. Join the presentation to see a proven framework for organizing Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for operational performance in the process industries. Discover how you can establish, monitor, and maintain KPIs, learn best practices for KPI dashboards, and see how personnel can use this information to improve performance. Attend this session to see for yourself how your organization could benefit from making KPIs available in a timely manner, even when the underlying information comes from a variety of sources.

What you will learn:
  • How to lower Operational Risk with an Operations Intelligence solution
  • Strategies to track operational performance with KPI dashboards
  • How KPI dashboards can help personnel to really understand what needs to be done next
  • Tips and techniques for establishing a KPI program using the Siemens XHQ system

Peter Reynolds
Oil and Gas Industry Analyst
ARC Advisory Group
Fabio Terasaka
Product Manager
Solutions Architect
Siemens Product Lifecycle Management Software, Inc.

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