Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month Across AspenTech
Leonel Miranda from AspenTech's Latinx Leadership Forum sits down with his colleagues to lead a discussion for National Hispanic Heritage Month
Arkeon Turns CO2 into Climate-Positive Ingredients for Food
AspenTech solutions helping to scale impactful innovation
Data for All: Bridging the IT-OT Divide for the Future of Digitalization
Digital transformation isn't confined to a single sector; it’s reimagining the technological landscape across the board, and the journey has only just begun.
AspenTech Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month 2023
Hispanic Heritage Month is intended as a national celebration of the contributions of Hispanic citizens. For many – including me – it’s also a time to pause and reflect on the journey that brought us to where we are.
How Companies Can Get More From Their Data
As we move forward into a new era of energy data management, standards-based, data-driven solutions will play a pivotal role in shaping a more efficient, sustainable and resilient energy future.
Q&A with AspenTech's 2023 Summer Interns
Before heading back to campus for the fall semester, we connected with some of our summer interns to discuss their experiences as members of the AspenTech team.
Moving Towards Net Zero: Imperative of Scale and Speed for Green Hydrogen and Carbon Capture
Ron Beck discusses the promising future of Green Hydrogen and Carbon Capture solutions
World Cleanup Day 2022
This year, we are excited to have double the number of offices joining in AspenTech's cleanup effort.
Salt River Project Relies on AspenTech as Foundation for its Distribution Enablement Program
Largest electricity provider in greater Phoenix continues to improve power reliability, efficiency and safety with AspenTech’s digital grid solutions
Taking Refiners to New Heights
Like the adage, “Strike while the iron is hot,” timing is an important consideration for refineries looking to take advantage of a rising energy market that is expected to continue throughout 2022 and beyond, according to many economists.