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Yokogawa announces operational management software

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Yokogawa Electric Corp. has released a software package for recording and managing data on the work performed by plant personnel, Operations Management. This solution was developed as part of its Operational Excellence Transformation (a transformation by our customers to achieve operational excellence) through and solution services that lead to the optimisation of the supply chain and the expanded offering of consulting operations.

The software assists plant operations and management personnel by facilitating the sharing of information on items such as unusual events, work progress, and operation workflows. By digitalising and standardising how this data is handled, this software helps plant personnel carry out their work correctly, safely, and efficiently, and thereby enhances corporate value. We plan to release a mobile version of this software in June.

Major markets for the new software include: oil and gas, petrochemicals, chemicals, electric power, as well as water supply and wastewater treatment.

As markets change and global competition intensifies, manufacturers are faced with the challenge of minimising costs and ensuring high profitability. At manufacturing sites, it is particularly important to improve operational efficiency, facility utilisation, and productivity while ensuring safety.

In response to the abovementioned needs, Yokogawa’s solution utilises digital technologies to optimise and automate companies' business processes. Its solutions will help to optimise the supply chain and the operation of plant facilities, manage organizational risks, and make maximum efficient use of plant assets to ensure safe, reliable, and profitable operations. These solutions will also help with facility management.

They will be useful for helping operators and other plant personnel record operations, manage operation plans and results, facilitate shift handover, create reports, and manage near misses and incidents, changes, and permits to work.

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