J. Ray McDermott Selects AVEVA

Monday, June 05, 2006
AVEVA Group announced that J. Ray McDermott (J. RAY)has selected its VANTAGE Project Resource Management (VPRM) to streamline global procurement and materials management processes for its engineering projects. Project management and procurement of engineering projects is one of J. RAY's primary areas of expertise. Already a user of AVEVA's PDMS and VNET solutions for design, engineering, and project collaboration, J. RAY selected AVEVA's VPRM after a year of in-depth technical evaluation of various material management solutions. J. RAY will initially deploy VPRM to manage multiple projects, utilizing project team members located in both their Houston and Dubai offices.
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