Invensys heading to Dallas for customer conference Dec. 4-7

Invensys Process Systems' 2006 North American Customer Conference will be held on Dec. 4-7 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas. The Customer Conference will bring together users of Avantis, Foxboro, SimSci-Esscor, and Triconex products, software, systems, and services for a program developed in conjunction with Invensys' various customer user groups.

09/01/2006


Invensys Process Systems' 2006 North American Customer Conference will be held on Dec. 4-7 at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas. The Customer Conference will bring together users of Avantis, Foxboro, SimSci-Esscor, and Triconex products, software, systems, and services for a program developed in conjunction with Invensys' various customer user groups.

The program will include both brand-specific technology sessions plus sessions addressing approaches for measuring and improving asset performance management in the upstream oil and gas, refining, petrochemicals, fine chemicals, life sciences, power and utilities, pulp and paper, and other process industries. Attendees will also be able to take advantage of a day devoted to training at no additional cost.

Among the training workshops is a one designed to help plant personnel implement programs to realize benefits from process and plant optimization. The seminar will show how to develop meaningful business metrics to help plants cut costs, improve availability, utilization, product quality, and speed to market.

The 2006 Invensys Process Systems Customer Conference will also provide attendees with an opportunity to see and try out the latest InFusion enterprise control system technology and other solutions from Invensys technology partners. For more information, readers can visit ips.invensys.com/na06/ , call the Invensys Customer Visit Center at (508) 549-6500 or send an email message to cvc@ips.invensys.com .





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