Technip Energies has selected Aras – a global provider of software technology which provides the most powerful low-code platform with applications to design, build and operate complex products – to support its energy transition strategy. Technip Energies will deploy the Aras Enterprise SaaS to achieve full data-centric deployment of its project methods and tools.
Aligned with Technip Energies’ digital-by-design approach, which aims to achieve full project lifecycle traceability and optimisation from concept through design, execution and operations, this collaboration aims to increase efficiency and create new opportunities in the energy industry. It will power the scale-up of Technip Energies’ digital project execution practices into one single project platform, leading to:
- Standardised data flows and seamless collaboration between disciplines.
- Easy access to past project information to increase engineering re-use.
- Reduction of cycle time.
- Data integration for actionable reporting.
- Creation of a digital twin backbone.
The selection of Aras follows a prototyping phase, during which Technip Energies developed its product requirement management methodology and built a standard library of requirements leading to a significant reduction of procurement cycle time and an increase in delivery reliability. Currently, the companies are working to configure Technip Energies’ work processes into Aras Innovator to create a seamless digital thread throughout project execution.
Ultimately, Technip Energies’ use of the Aras Innovator platform will support faster delivery of new energy projects, decrease investment risk and create the foundation for an enhanced digital services offering following plant handover.
Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/the-environment/17112021/technip-energies-selects-aras-to-support-its-energy-transition-strategy/
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