About this webinar:
Capital spend in chemical processing across the USA is estimated to rise to $22Bn during 2013. Companies are looking to gain a competitive advantage by making the most of their existing assets, carefully selecting new capital investments, and delivering capital projects on time and on budget.
A good approach to Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) can help chemical companies drive improvement in financial discipline, operational efficiency and risk mitigation, thus giving organizations a big competitive advantage.
Join us in this live webcast to hear how EPPM can significantly benefit your organization.
What you will discover:
- What are the benefits of implementing Enterprise Project Portfolio Management.
- How EPPM can help optimize routine and complex maintenance projects, increase productivity, and balance resource requirements.
- Best practices of EPPM across process manufacturing industries.
- How Primavera EPPM can help you complete your projects on time and within budget.
Who should attend:
- Project Managers, Plant managers, Operations Managers in the Chemical industry
Hear from these experts:
Director, Process Manufacturing Strategy
With over 20 years experience in IT, Iain has spent the last 3 years with Oracle helping companies in process manufacturing sectors (oil/gas/utilities/chemicals) achieve improvements in financial discipline, operational excellence and risk mitigation through implementation of Enterprise Project Portfolio Management systems. His previous roles in IT have included software development, training, channel management and sales. He received an honors degree in Software Engineering from the University of Newcastle upon, UK.
Vice President and Group Publisher
Chemical Engineering magazine
Brian Nessen has over 20 years experience in the media industry, specifically in the industry markets. He is currently Vice President and Group Publisher for the TradeFair Group division of Access Intelligence. He also maintains the role of Publisher of POWER magazine. During the past ten years Brian has been involved in the development of numerous e-media initiatives that derive from or enhance traditional media. During the past 5 years he was involved with the acquisition and redevelopment of POWER magazine. Brian holds a BSBA from Tulsa University.
What do I need to view this Webcast?
|Operating System||Processor||RAM||Internet Browser||Hardware||Media Players||Internet Connection|
|Windows 7 *1||Pentium III 733mhz+ or equivalent||512MB||Internet Explorer 6.0+ *2Firefox 3.0+||AUDIO: Sound Card with speakers||Windows Media Player 9+||High speed Cable / Fiber / DSL *5Corporate LAN *6|
|Windows Vista||Pop-up Blocking Software Disabled *3||Adobe Flash Player 9.1+ *4|
|VIDEO: Monitor with 1024x768+ resolution support|
|Windows XP SP3|
|Note: Mac OS X and Linux|
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Support & Troubleshooting
What support is available for users on Macintosh and Unix/Linux-Based operating systems?
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I occasionally hear a clicking noise during the presentation. How do I turn it off?
Windows 7 - Click on the Windows Start icon, then choose "Control Panel" > "Sound," > "Sounds" tab. Scroll down the "Program" menu until you reach "Start Navigation." Set the sound to [None] and click "OK." The clicking will be disabled.
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Windows XP - You can disable this noise by going to the Start menu, then "Control Panel". Open "Sounds and Audio Devices," and click the "Sounds" tab. Scroll down the "Program Events" menu until you reach "Start Navigation." Set the sound to [None] and click "OK." The clicking will be disabled.
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