Reading, UK (PRWEB UK) 6 February 2014
Proforma UK’s managing director, Matthew Brown, is co-presenting a webinar with ProjecTools, an online software provider catering to Oil & Gas and Capital Construction. The webinar will focus on the intersection of Enterprise Architecture (EA) modeling and Business Process Management (BPM) with Oil & Gas and Capital Construction.
Matthew Brown will join ProjecTools’ Nathan Niehuus and Eric Morey to discuss EA and BPM for Oil & Gas. Along with the discussion of EA/BPM strategies and methods, the group will discuss implementing and enforcing business processes for Oil & Gas and Capital Construction.
Nathan Niehuus thinks the event will cover key, relevant concepts for Oil & Gas, and states, “This international meeting of the minds is an excellent event for Oil & Gas and EPC professionals. Projects are getting bigger and more complex, stretching EPC project management resources. As a result, companies need to be more efficient and accurate, and responsibilities need to be more clearly delineated. In the webinar, we will discuss how to plan, map and enforce the way in which teams work together to bring down cost-growth and delivery-slippages.”
Matthew Brown also believes the event will be productive, saying, “Companies spend significant time and money defining how a process should be automated, developing the supporting systems, and then implementing everything – a lengthy and expensive procedure, often resulting in an inefficient and clumsy ‘solution’ that will probably require on-going maintenance and enhancement.
So, where possible, I try to resource specific off-the-shelf software to do the job - on this particular O&G-related occasion, I found ProjecTools. It satisfied the requirements defined by the EA modeling, and negated any need to develop an in-house system. This industry-specific suite of EPC tools develops and enforces money-saving O&G workflows. Why re-invent the wheel? The exciting thing about this topic is the huge financial impact that EA/BPM can have on EPC projects.”
The webinar will be held at 3 p.m. GMT on February 11th, 2014. Registration for the webinar is now open.
Proforma UK provides EA/BPM services for Oil & gas and Capital Construction, and specializes in the use of the OpenText Provision modelling tool to develop, map, and improve organizational processes and structures.
ProjecTools is an online software provider catering to Oil & Gas and Capital Construction. ProjecTools specializes in enforcing workflows and integrating teams and information from each project discipline.
For more information about this release, please contact Proforma UK.