|5 December 2012|
|Now available for on-demand viewing.|
|Free to attend.|
|Approximately one hour.|
|Rob Gascho, Industry Strategist, Energy Sector, OpenText Corporation Marc Diefenbruch, Director, Program Management EMEA, OpenText Corporation Dorothy Davis, Content Director, PennEnergy.com|
Solving the information management challenges of Capital Projects and Enterprise Asset Management
OpenText recently commissioned PennEnergy to survey leading IT /Operation executives from across the industry (Oil and Gas, Utilities, and EPCs) about emerging trends and challenges in handling the enormous volumes of information for capital projects and enterprise asset management.
Join us for this high-value webinar where we will share the findings of the survey and also discuss key trends and how leading Energy companies are tackling the core information management challenges around technology integration, collaboration, regulatory reporting, and information governance.
What you’ll Learn:
Please join us for this highly informative webinar that that will reveal the survey results with expert commentary and insights.
|Rob Gascho Industry Strategist, Energy Sector OpenText Corporation|
|Marc Diefenbruch Director, Program Management EMEA OpenText Corporation|
|Dorothy Davis Content Director PennEnergy.com|
OpenText is the leader in enterprise information management (EIM). EIM enables organization to grow the business, lower costs of operations, and reduce information governance and security related risks. OpenText focuses on the key drivers of business success to improve business insight, strengthen business impact, accelerate process velocity, address information governance and provide security. Our offerings span the needs of the entire digital enterprise, with Enterprise Content Management, Business Process Management, Customer Experience, Management, Information Exchange and Discovery solutions. OpenText helps more than 50 thousand global customers build digital enterprises by unleashing the power of information. For more, visit www.opentext.com.