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Emerson: solving Top Quartile performance problems

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Emerson Global Users Exchange has launched two conferences to collaborate, network and solve the challenges in achieving Top Quartile performance – representing the top 25% of peer companies in operations and capital performance. Professionals from industries will share better performance solutions that can improve earnings up to 15%.

Emerson Global Users Exchange: The Americas

Registration is open for the Americas annual conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2-6 October 2017. The event theme is ‘Powering Collaboration’ and will include keynotes, technical paper presentations, industry forums, workshops, technology roundtables, ‘Meet the Experts’ sessions, exhibits, awards and Emerson technology roadmaps. The event will also feature an address by Mike Train, Executive President, Emerson Automation Solutions.

Emerson Global Users Exchange: Europe, Middle East and Africa

The Europe, Middle East and Africa biennial conference will be at The Hague, the Netherlands, 7-9 March 2018. The Hague conference theme is ‘Connect, Communicate, Create’ and will build upon the increasing success of its predecessors, allowing delegates an even greater opportunity to network with peers and explore new industry opportunities to expand digital intelligence to the entire manufacturing enterprise.

The Emerson Global Users Exchange is a user community committed to extracting the most from their automation investments and enables global industry to achieve Top Quartile performance in the areas of safety, reliability, production and energy management. Shaped by users, for users, the event is managed by an Emerson customer board of directors, comprising users from a range of industries who formulate the conference content and guide the direction of the users group at large.

Presentations from both events will provide delegates peer-to-peer best practices to extract the greatest value from technology investments, solve engineering challenges, drive improved performance, dramatically enhance safety and compliance, reduce capital and engineering costs, increase profitability through effective energy management, and create successful system migration and lifecycle management paths.

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