Operating Goals Manager (OGM) is the industry’s first real-time, DaaS-connected, cloud-based software application. It manages and tracks performance against goals and constraints to make continued compliance sustainable. Additional software applications from KBC can also be delivered using a SaaS service model.
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Typical benefits achieved from Operating Goals Manager, delivered using a SaaS business model, include:
Improved safety and reduced risk of failures
Reduced operating costs through reduction of non-conformance
Savings in manpower assigned to problem resolution
Increased asset life via proactive respect of limits and maintenance tasks
Institutionalized expert knowledge through built-in knowledge bases
Typical benefits you can expect from any application delivered using a SaaS business model:
In support of its Operations Integrity Assurance business processes to ensure operational excellence, a major multi-national integrated oil company was looking for a flexible, light weight, cloud based solution to manage operating goals and constraints at it Western Canada gas plants.
Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) serves the collaborative needs of the Energy and Chemical industry where the company needing access to real-time data is different from that generating the data. It includes our Well*Share, Web*Technician, Power*Share, Web*VMI and Meter*Share services.
Operational Excellence-as-a-Service is delivered through KBC’s Co-Pilot Program. Through a digital twin of your plant, it offers a second pair of expert eyes and uses our secure cloud-based solutions to ensure your operations always achieve their full potential. Our Co-Pilot experts come from the industry and have decades of practical experience.
Europe’s refiners, through their industry organization Fuels Europe, have set out their long-term ambitions in a new program called Vision 2050. Putting this vision into practice will require Europe’s refiners to rethink and rebuild their long-term strategies, along the way transforming their organizations into modern, flexible knowledge-based enterprises. Read more in this market insight by KBC Chief Economists.
In the power industry, the future is meeting the present head on as a wave of digitalization crashes over industrial control systems that are, in many cases, decades old. Operational excellence for these companies increasingly depends on how efficiently their IT interacts with their OT. In large power companies, this kind of inter-departmental alignment is difficult enough. However there are also external factors that make it even harder.