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aspenONE Version 10 software now available

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Aspen Technology Inc. has announced the general availability of aspenONE® Version 10 software. The latest Asset Performance Management, Engineering and Manufacturing & Supply Chain software release supports the company’s evolution from process optimisation to asset optimisation, the next frontier of optimisation that makes the best companies even better by driving increased financial return over the entire asset lifecycle.

The aspenONE Version 10 software release includes aspenONE® Asset Performance Management (APM), an industry-first complete suite for site, process and equipment performance management. The new APM suite is designed to increase asset uptime, improve reliability, extend the life of equipment, and achieve optimal process performance system-wide to drive increased profitability. The integrated suite of APM analytics provides prescriptive guidance to address multiple levels of asset performance:

Site-Wide Risk Analysis with Aspen Fidelis Reliability software helps identify asset availability and risks.

Process Analytics include Aspen Asset Analytics software to assess the root causes of process disruptions, predict future occurrences and prescribe actions to avoid them.

Equipment Performance Analytics with Aspen Mtell® software provides machine-learning analytics that predict when failures will occur, understand why they will occur and prescribe what to do to avoid the failure.

The latest version of the software enables asset design optimisation across capital, energy, controllability, environmental impact, safety and yield, empowering collaborative workflows that drive sustained profitability.

Building on the PIMS-AO engine, the new Aspen Unified PIMS features a modern web-based architecture with scalable high performance computing that enables better collaboration and improved insights into model performance. The first of a family of Unified products envisioned to unify the production workflow from planning to scheduling and performance monitoring, Aspen Unified PIMS will initially be targeted at a specific set of customers identified by the company for the aspenONE Version 10 software release.

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