Whether we use a KBC software product, a custom-built application or a third-party product, KBC experts can help with all aspects of implementation: system architecture, software installation and application configuration. Our specialization is solutions focused on operational improvement such as simulation, automation and manufacturing execution systems.
Our application implementation services focus on achieving complete alignment with business objectives and processes.
They deliver immediate results for those who have invested financial and personal capital in the project and sustainability of outcomes.
A typical implementation project will deliver a 10-fold return on investment.
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Integrated utility OT meets IT
A major integrated US power utility needed to integrate systems across the enterprise and gain the benefits of merging operational data with advanced analytics and visualization tools.
KBC’s simulation modeling software is designed to enable you to build your own models easily. Our industry and software experts are available to help too, and can assist with design and calibration of models and assistance with plant test runs.
We can design and develop software to meet your exact requirements. Our specialization is in harnessing real-time process data and its associated context to build applications to solve technical problems, or to systematize work flow processes.
Our support and maintenance services ensure software is consistently delivering superior results. It includes enhancements to software products in the form of updates, upgrades and major road map developments, and our global help desk.
Training is offered with all KBC software solutions. Customers can sign up for any of our regularly scheduled classes or may request a class dedicated to your specific company and product needs. Additionally, web-based self-directed training is available through our dedicated YouTube channel.
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.