AVEVA today announced that Promer Consultancy and Engineering Company has selected its Integrated Engineering & Design solutions for major engineering projects, with customers including Turkey’s largest oil & gas Owner Operator. In order to meet the requirements for increased project efficiency and higher quality deliverables, Promer will deploy the AVEVA solutions on greenfield energy and mining projects. It will also utilise the out-of-the-box capabilities of AVEVA Everything3D to read LFM Software Limited’s laser scan datasets to reduce rework on brownfield oil & gas revamp projects.
AVEVA provides powerful and efficient software that is tried and tested by many big names in our industry,’ said Altug Bayram, Promer. ‘We will achieve greater efficiency and save considerable man-hours using fully integrated engineering and design products. We spend less time on project revisions during and after the design stage, saving considerable man-hours across projects and improving the accuracy of our deliverables. AVEVA’s technology is easy to use and they provide excellent technical support’.
Evgeny Fedotov, Senior Vice-President, Global Head of EPC Sales, AVEVA adds, ‘Promer has told us how unique it is to find a complete set of applications across engineering disciplines that actually work together out-of-the-box from a single supplier. This is what AVEVA’s Integrated Engineering & Design solution is all about. AVEVA’s Integrated Engineering & Design solution allows effective, scalable and flexible engineering and design across disciplines on projects of all sizes. Critical information and evolving design changes are efficiently shared between disciplines and across individuals and teams as they happen. This enables engineers, designers and project managers to progress work iteratively and quickly, secure in the knowledge that they are always working with the latest information from across the entire team.’
AVEVA’s Integrated Engineering & Design solutions improves project efficiency and reduces engineering and design costs using a complementary suite of products. These draw on common processes, disciplines and deliverables, creating a single managed information model.
Adapted from press release by Joe Green