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Fincantieri Recap from HxGN LIVE 2016

Daniele Filippone, executive vice president at Fincantieri, Italy discusses his HxGN LIVE 2016 experience.

Save the Date for IUSA User Conference 2016!

September 21
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Save the Date for IMEX User Conference 2016!

September 13
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Latest News from the North Sea: Intergraph Process Power Marine Competing for the ONS 2016 Innovation Awards Intergraph Process, Power & Marine is competing for the ONS 2016 Innovation Awards. The solutions included in the contest are Intergraph Smart Yard, SmartPlant Fusion and Smart Mobile Scan. Jens Olav Nordanger, Sales Manager Intergraph PP&M Norway discusses the Innovation Awards and the future outlook for the North Sea.
Optimizing Yard Processes at Offshore Arabia 2016

Arne Monsholm, vice president of business development at Intergraph PP&M discusses his upcoming presentation at Offshore Arabia 2016 – “Enabling Efficient Fabrication Processes for Shipyards and Offshore Fabrication Yards”.

Visit Intergraph® PP&M at OTC 2016 in Houston, Texas, May 2-5

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The 7 pillars of Cloud success for energy companies

Intergraph PP&M’s Supratim Mukhopadhyay introduces a new program that will help both owners and EPCs to achieve success in a Cloud environment – Intergraph’s Cloud Advantage.

Thank You for Visiting Intergraph® PP&M at Topsides 2016

Intergraph looks forward to helping you solve your business challenges in engineering and fabrication.

3 reasons why project controls are an executive issue

EcoSys’s Asia-Pacific Sales Director, Joe Campbell, explains why project controls are a hot topic for executives in 2016.

The 3xE Era: A proposed paradigm shift for doing business in the global energy industry

Intergraph PP&M’s Executive Vice President of Asia-Pacific, Franz Kufner, outlines his vision for the future of doing business in a tough global market – the 3xE Model. There can be no denying it: times are tough for the global energy industry, and we can reasonably expect things to get tougher.