|3 December 2012|
|Now available for on-demand viewing.|
|Free to attend.|
|Approximately one hour.|
|Sandra Peterson, Industry Principle--Chemicals, OSIsoft Curt Hertler, Senior Business Architect, OSIsoft Moderator: Randy Hoppe, Industry Market Development Manager, Microsoft|
Companies are re-evaluating their Business Intelligence vision to strategically leverage Microsoft’s unique self-service BI tool set. Combining tools such as Excel, PowerPivot, Power View, and web-based collaboration with a real-time infrastructure for data aggregation, normalization, and contextualization provides new operational insight. This step-change in information and analytics is driving additional business value, empowering employees to implement tangible changes, and improving the cost/risk equation. This webcast will give an example of how this is being done in chemicals processing.
|Sandra Peterson Industry Principle--Chemicals OSIsoft|
|Curt Hertler Senior Business Architect OSIsoft|
|Moderator: Randy Hoppe Industry Market Development Manager Microsoft|
OSIsoft and Microsoft have a long history of working together to drive technological innovation and interoperability in the manufacturing and process sectors. This world-class alliance combines a trusted and highly-scalable real-time data and events infrastructure with familiar end-user and collaboration tools, helping companies better leverage their investments in IT to drive business growth.
Together, OSIsoft and Microsoft empower refineries, chemical plants, utilities, other enterprise manufacturers, and operators of mission critical data centers to gain a competitive advantage by presenting people with dynamic, operational, business and energy data they can use to make better-informed decisions and drive excellence across the value chain.