Digitise, simplify, integrate - operational excellence in three steps
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In oil and gas, reducing risk and cutting costs is more critical than ever in the drive for operational excellence.
How do we achieve this? By ensuring a single, shared view of the operational reality is disseminated throughout an organisation. In that way, everyone knows what’s happening, where it’s happening and when it’s happening, all of the time.
The key lies in the digitalisation, integration and simplification of two key areas – risk management and operations management. Once you have started down this path, the read to operational excellence is an easy one.
In this webinar you will learn how to:
- Create meaningful and actionable insight from disparate data and systems operations
- Ensure risk mitigation becomes an integral part of efficient and effective operations
- Connect process safety management to operations and make major accident hazard risk exposure visible and prominent – in real-time
- Improve end-to-end productivity across planning, maintenance and operations
This webinar is for you if you work in the areas of:
- Operational excellence
- Process Safety
- Risk Management
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Scott has strategic responsibility for defining and delivering the company’s operational excellence software platform.
Scott joined Petrotechnics in 2010 and has more than 20 years of senior management experience in enterprise software marketing, product management, strategy development and sales and channel development.
In his role with Petrotechnics, Scott has built on his background of helping customers solve critical business problems with technology and has also co-authored a number of papers that were accepted and presented at conferences organised by the Society of Petroleum Engineers, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and the Center for Chemical Process Safety.
Prior to joining Petrotechnics, Scott held various senior roles in enterprise software organisations ranging from Microsoft to his own VC backed startup.
Scott has a B.A. from Tufts University and a M.A from Georgetown University.