SYDNEY, Australia, May 25, 2017
Intergraph® Process, Power & Marine (PP&M) has announced the EcoSys EPC Roadshow 2017 will tour Australia in June and July. These events will offer those who have visibility over, and responsibility for, the financial performance of their organisation’s project portfolio the opportunity to discover the latest best practices in project cost controls, and how they are being applied to today’s infrastructure and construction projects.
At these breakfast events, Intergraph’s project controls experts from around the world will demonstrate techniques in standardising processes, integrating data and the automation of reporting. These techniques ultimately allow organisations to improve efficiency, accuracy and effectiveness of project controls; achieve visibility into project cost performance across the enterprise; and forecast outcomes to take corrective action sooner.
Franz Kufner, executive vice president of Intergraph PP&M Asia-Pacific, said, “The challenges currently facing most projects are remarkably similar, no matter what the industry. Many of our customers report a lack of visibility over project health as well as difficulties producing the crucial forecasts required for financial reporting.
“We hope that the EcoSys EPC Roadshow 2017 helps to address these issues, as our experts from around the world introduce the latest techniques in project controls.”
The EcoSys EPC Roadshow 2017 will visit five Australian cities: Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. For more information, visit http://forms.intergraph.com/aus-ecosys-roadshow-2017.
EcoSys EPC (Enterprise Planning & Controls) is the global software standard for the project controls industry. A web-based platform, it provides the deepest capabilities to support the complete spectrum of solutions within the project controls discipline – from project portfolio management and capital program management, through budgeting, forecasting and performance reporting. EcoSys EPC bridges the gap that has traditionally existed between planning and managing project execution. For more information, visit http://ppm.intergraph.com/products/project-controls-product-family/ecosys-epc.
The ARC Advisory Group, a leading industry analyst firm, ranked Intergraph as the No. 1 overall worldwide provider of engineering solutions for plant design (process, power and marine), according to its “Engineering Design Tools for Plants & Infrastructure Global Market Research Study Market Analysis and Forecast Through 2020.”