Webinar: Leverage Visual Data Analytics to Drive Enterprise Performance
Did you know that up to 73% of data within an enterprise goes unused? With so many connected devices and processes, it’s critical for companies to more easily capture, view and share this data across functional areas.
Methods, Models & Data Behind Industry Leading Cost Estimation Software
Discover why Aspen Capital Cost Estimator (ACCE) is much more than just a spreadsheet or database. ACCE is a comprehensive lifecycle estimating solution capable of AACE Class IV through Class II estimates, using over 30 years of built-in knowledge spanning several engineering disciplines, including chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical.
Calibrating Aspen Capital Cost Estimator for Increased Accuracy featuring Strategic Estimating Systems
Learn how Strategic Estimating Systems leverages past projects when using Aspen Capital Cost Estimator (ACCE) to significantly increase the accuracy of estimates. See how you can easily calibrate and index ACCE to: incorporate historical data using best practices, improve the approach to estimating projects in different regions and increase efficiency while developing a consistent workflow.
Beyond the Spreadsheet: Introduction to ACCE for Improved Estimating Speed and Accuracy
Learn how ACCE differs from proprietary spread sheets used in capital cost estimating. Reduce your errors, time checking work with a workflow that incorporates an "Engineer in a Box".
Harness Big Data and New Analytics Technologies to Improve Manufacturing Competitiveness
Process manufacturers are besieged with all kinds of data. The increasing volume and detail of information captured by enterprises is a strong indication that leaders in every sector must deal with the implications of big data. Modern analytics in aspenONE Process Explorer deliver new capabilities that enable deeper and richer analyses and provide speedy access to the information needed to keep production running smoothly.
On-Demand Webinar: Pfizer Accelerates Process Design and Scale up Using aspenONE® Engineering
Pfizer enhances new process development by coupling computational exercises with experiment planning, execution and revision. Learn how the visualization of process design can guide experimentation and expose new areas of manufacturing opportunity. Associate Research Fellow Eric Cordi will demonstrate technical capabilities to show how you can accelerate process design, facilitate collaboration and reduce the time to market for new products.
Simplify Batch Process Improvement Using Aspen Plus®
When developing chemical batch processes, we often find ourselves running costly and time-consuming experiments. But what if we could predict process outcomes first, and only experiment when needed? Learn how industry leaders are simplifying batch process development to reduce experimentation, reduce batch cycle times and develop new processes faster. Discover solutions for reliable execution and easy accessibility in chemical R&D!
Discover the Origin of Production Losses to Improve Operational Excellence
Hear from industry veterans Stuart Forrest and Paul Talley, on how organizations are increasing uptime, efficiency and utilization with focused attention on high-value problem areas. Find out how AspenTech MES solutions can help you achieve a new level of asset management.
Lubrizol’s Successes and Challenges in Batch Process Improvement
The batch processing industries have numerous opportunities to improve process development and batch operations. In this webinar, Dr. Michael Call, process modeling consultant for Lubrizol, discusses the successes and challenges experienced when applying process simulation to improve specialty chemical batch processes. Examples are discussed, with emphasis on the value added through process modeling, how modern process modeling tools facilitated model development and how similar successes can be achieved within your organization.
On-Demand Webinar: Drive Higher Productivity and Profitability through Prescriptive APM featuring LNS
According to LNS Research, companies that pursue asset performance management (APM) focused solely on reducing downtime are missing the opportunity to increase productivity and improve profitability. During this webinar, LNS Research Fellow Dan Miklovic will describe why sometimes the most reliable assets are not the most profitable assets.