Integraph Wins Asian Manufacturing Award

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Wednesday, October 09, 2013
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Intergraph® a leading global provider of engineering software for the process, power and marine industries, was announced as one of the award winners at the Asian Manufacturing Awards 2013 gala dinner and awards ceremony held recently at Pan Pacific Hotel in Singapore.

Intergraph was honored at the Asian Manufacturing Awards 2013 because of its innovative solutions that span the entire project life cycle, providing integration, automation and interoperability capabilities for large and complex projects.

SmartPlant® Enterprise offers a powerful portfolio of industry-leading, best-in-class design and data management solutions, enabling companies in the process, power and marine industries to capture integrated engineering knowledge at the enterprise level for the competitive advantage needed in today's and tomorrow's market.

SmartPlant Enterprise's integrated suite of solutions enables proven productivity gains, improving engineering efficiency by up to 30 percent. This is why the majority of plants built worldwide are designed using Intergraph solutions.

"We are very pleased to be awarded Best Plant Design Software Provider at Asian Manufacturing Awards 2013," said Gerhard Sallinger, Intergraph Process, Power & Marine president. "This recognition validates Intergraph's firm commitment to research and development, continuously pioneering innovative and intelligent technology to increase our customers' productivity."

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