Boston to Host AVEVA World Summit 2013

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Wednesday, May 08, 2013
Boston to host AVEVA World Summit 2013

AVEVA  announced  that the AVEVA World Summit 2013 is being held from October 30 to November 1 in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. Customers from across the world’s process plant, power and marine industries are invited to the Summit, which is once again being held as a single global event.



“Responding to delegate input, we have evolved the Summit to include dedicated agendas for plant Owner Operators, EPCs and shipbuilders” explained Mat Truche-Gordon, Executive Vice-President, Business Strategy and Marketing. “Focusing on the business needs of our core customer groups in dedicated sessions, while bringing together key decision makers from across industry sectors in the joint sessions, will help our delegates target the topics specific to their industry and learn from the exchange of ideas only offered by a global, multi-industry event.”
 


“At the AVEVA World Summit 2012 in Paris, we welcomed a diverse group of delegates to share their business challenges and learn from each other’s experience” continued Mr. Truche-Gordon. “Like last year, when we launched the groundbreaking AVEVA Everything3D, we will once again be making exciting new product announcements and updating our customers on the latest developments in existing products and strategies. Holding a single global event proved a resounding success and Boston is a great city to host us this year. 2012 was a really successful Summit; 2013 will be even better!”



Serving both the plant and marine industries, the AVEVA World Summit features a mix of speakers that include customers presenting real-world case studies, AVEVA senior management and industry partners. The Summit agendas are specifically designed to provide mid-level and senior management decision makers with information on strategic industry issues and the role of innovation and technology.



As befits a leader in the high technology software industry, AVEVA will host the Summit’s gala dinner on Thursday, October 31 at one of the world's largest science centres, the Museum of Science, Boston. It is Boston's most visited cultural institution. Located on the Charles River, it offers inspiring and unique views of the Boston and Cambridge skylines.



Guest speakers at last year’s Summit included Shell, Microsoft, Jacobs, Samsung Heavy Industries, AMEC, Worley Parsons, Petrofac, Guangxin Shipbuilding, Lockheed Martin and Technip.



Registration and Call for Presentations is now open on the AVEVA World Summit 2013 website at www.avevaworld.com. Here you can also view pictures and videos from past events.

 

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