April 14, 2015
AVEVA will be hosting its webinar titled 'AVEVA Everything3D - Extend your Lean advantage, Today and Tomorrow'
Time: 08:00 and 14:00 BST (55 mins)
Presenters: Brian Hughes, Product Strategy Manager and Steve Insley, Solution Business Strategy Manager
Join this webinar to find out how AVEVA Everything3D™ has consistently delivered business value to our customers through its innovative and advanced technology which has helped to increase project efficiency, reduce costly rework and vastly improved the all-round user experience. The cutting edge features of AVEVA Everything3D responsible for this delivery will be discussed, and to support this we will be sharing some project experiences and benefits gained by some of our clients in particular Atkins, one of AVEVA’s most innovative and forward thinking clients. Involved in numerous construction projects round the world, Atkins are one of the most respected design, engineering, project management consultancies in the industry.
During this webinar we will also announce a new capability recently released called “Design in Context” that essentially augments the design process by proactively serving up relevant content from the customer’s Digital Asset to its design team inside their design application, to improve the speed and reliability of their design decisions. Then we will give you a glimpse into the future where we will highlight some of the new features & capabilities in the upcoming release of AVEVA Everything3D such as; a revolutionised structural steel application, HyperBubble™ views, improved multi-discipline hanger & support capabilities and much more.
Register for this webinar here
||Brian Hughes’s current role at AVEVA is Product Strategy Manager, responsible for 3D products.
He joined AVEVA in 2011, working for product development in Cambridge, where he helped develop the Draw module for AVEVA Everything3D in his role as Product Owner.
In 2013 he joined the Product Strategy and Marketing team based in Cambridge and took responsibility for the AVEVA Bocad™ product. In 2014 he took on a role in the Product Strategy for both AVEVA Everything3D and AVEVA E3D Insight™.
Brian has a civil/structural engineering background and worked for over 20 years in industry, primarily in the oil & gas business. He was involved in numerous major projects before he joined AVEVA
Steve Insley is the Solution Business Strategy Manager within AVEVA’s Marketing & Strategy team.
He started his career over 18 years ago in the structural steelwork industry, gaining experience within the industry and with software solution vendors covering a range of activities from fabrication, technical detailing and construction through to commercial, marketing and product management activities.
Steve joined AVEVA shortly after its acquisition of Bocad initially to leverage his wealth of knowledge of structural software products together with market awareness that proved invaluable in the integration of the AVEVA Bocad™ products into the AVEVA solution suite and launching the products into market. Steve’s role is now more focused on providing solution business leadership for AVEVA’s broader portfolio of products and solutions.
View all the AVEVA webinars here
AVEVA is a leader in engineering design and information management solutions for the plant, power and marine industries. For more than 45 years it has delivered business critical software solutions to owner operators, engineering contractors and shipbuilders around the world. For further information please visit www.aveva.com/ednotes
AVEVA Corporate Marketing
Tel: +44 1223 558204
Follow AVEVA on twitter @avevagroup
Watch AVEVA on YouTube www.youtube.com/avevagroup
For customer stories read AVEVA World Magazine at www.aveva.com/Media-Centre/AWM
Copyright 2015 AVEVA Solutions Limited. All rights reserved. AVEVA Solutions Limited is owned by AVEVA Group plc. AVEVA, the AVEVA logos and AVEVA product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of AVEVA Group plc or its subsidiaries in the United Kingdom and other countries. Other brands and products names are the trademarks of their respective companies.
< back to news