Why Attend OPTIMIZE 2019
Guest blogger Thom Singer highlights the top reasons to attend AspenTech's 2019 global user conference on asset optimization and digital acceleration.
GlaxoSmithKline Speeds up Batch Release Time: A Study in Digital Transformation
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) wanted to review the structure of its batch production record and associated workflows as part of a continuous improvement process. Reducing batch review time usually results in faster batch cycle time, meaning higher throughput at the production facility and faster cash-to-cash cycle time. AspenTech was selected for this process due to integration with other solutions, such as Aspen InfoPlus.21® and GSK’s existing plant automation software (DCS). The pilot project was a resounding success, reducing order preparation time by 95% and record review time by over 50%.
What's Hiding in Your Batch Process Data?
Leverage insights from Aspen ProMV™ to ensure consistent product quality, increased yield and maximum throughput.
Webinar with ARC: Closing the Gap between Plan and Actual Operations
Refineries and olefin plants are constantly challenged by the gap between their plan and actual plant performance, leaving millions of dollars per year in lost margins on the table.
Process Plant Design: The High Cost of Slow Decisions
Risk analysis is generally performed in the later stages of design to prove that the plant will deliver what it’s supposed to. However, some clever practitioners are now employing it much earlier to speed up decision-making and lock in superior design choices when they really matter at the beginning of the project. In this paper, learn how Aspen Fidelis Reliability uses a systems approach that allows you to quantify the true value or cost of any design or improvement project, maintenance change, operations improvement or supply chain constraint.
Digital Transformation with Vertical Integration: an Expert’s Perspective
Digital transformation seeks to use technology to achieve your goals: fewer errors, more production, better product quality and improved customer service. The vertical integration of enterprise and IT technologies — also known as “smart manufacturing” or Industry 4.0 — synchronizes commercial systems, such as production orders from the enterprise resource planning system, with manufacturing systems like the distributed control systems, weigh scales or barcode readers. Learn how you how can reduce product quality errors, batch cycle times and operating costs through vertical integration.
Learn Best Practices to Better Simulate your Refinery Operations
Complex processes present a challenge for refinery operations. The operational risks involved call for accurate analysis of plant behavior before making any changes to operations. Process simulation technology specialized in refining such as Aspen HYSYS Petroleum Refining® enables engineers to accurately simulate refinery operations to aid better decisions. Learn how you can leverage the latest technological innovations to make better operational decisions.
Take Advantage of Localized Versions of aspenONE® V11 Software
In V11 of aspenONE, localized user interfaces in many popular languages have been included as part of general availability.
Aspen Schedule Explorer: The Future of Collaboration
Close the gap between sales and operations planning and manufacturing execution by aligning supply chain and operations, promoting flawless execution and proactive decision making.
Aspen Plant Scheduler
Increase production throughput and reduce operational costs with the ability to create and proactively manage optimal schedules in dynamic continuous, semi-continuous and batch manufacturing operations.