Upgrading to next-generation software for the next generation of software users

EPC companies are under continuous pressure to optimize their operations from engineering to procurement and construction. Many of them implemented their current design systems during the one-tool-fits-all era of the early 2000s. These systems have now come to the end of their life cycles.

To continue along the road of continuous improvement, EPCs need to decide what software landscape will best support their goals in the coming decades.

Fortunately, greater software interoperability in recent times allows the use combinations of different best-in-class software solutions, as opposed to being locked into a single vendor. EPCs are increasingly choosing to upgrade to next-generation software for the next generation of software users.

This white paper covers the main considerations and best practices of practical implementation.

Inside the white paper

  • The reasons EPCs and engineering companies are upgrading to next-generation software
  • Acquisition process of new CAD system and selection criteria
  • Change management and human resources
  • Resourcing
  • Implementation / transition project
  • Dealing with legacy data

How does it work?

Once the form is submitted, you will receive an email with the download link.

Please leave us your contact details and you will be sent the white paper shortly.

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