Aveva backs oil, gas IT summit
Dubai, November 1, 2011
Aveva, a leader in engineering design and information management solutions for the plant, power and marine industries, will sponsor and take part at the Oil, Gas & Industrial ICT Summit (OT Summit) to be held on November 28 and 29 in Abu Dhabi.
Mohamad Awad, business development manager, Aveva Information Management Solutions, will present “The effect of Aveva Net Information Management Solution on Project Lifecycle and Data Management” during the technical session.
The company will also showcase its comprehensive range of productivity software and enterprise solutions for both engineering contractors (EPCs) and plant owner operators at its booth in the networking area, a statement from the company said.
Naji Atallah, Middle East regional manager, said: “The OT summit is a great event for us to network with senior decision makers. We are presenting Aveva Net, which is a unique solution that supports the data requirement for the complete project lifecycle. With the multitude of Greenfield projects and the number of aging facilities under operation, the company offers owners a proven and innovative way to manage information. Project managers and operators can ensure that their data is complete, consistent and integrated across all the disparate applications.”
The summit is an exclusive, invitation-only event dedicated for the IT decision makers of the oil, gas, petrochemical & heavy industries sectors in the Middle East, the statement said.
Now in its fifth year, the OT summit and meetings focus on gathering industry elite in an exclusive event that enables one-to-one interactions between decision makers and vendors. – TradeArabia News Service
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