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Enterprise Project Controls in the Process, Power & Marine Industries

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Javier Sloninsky, CEO of EcoSys

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Montreal: Project Controls Best Practices with EcoSys EPC

You're invited to our FREE Seminar and Reception in Montreal! Join us as we discuss best practices in project controls that drive improved project performance. Stay after to network and enjoy complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cocktails during our reception.

Montreal Project Controls Best Practices Seminar and Reception – Tues, April 26 – Register here!

 

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Toronto: Project Controls Best Practices with EcoSys EPC

You're invited to our FREE Seminar and Reception in Toronto! Join us as we discuss best practices in project controls that drive improved project performance. Stay after to network and enjoy complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cocktails during our reception.

Toronto Project Controls Best Practices Seminar and Reception – Wed, April 27 – Register here!

 

 

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Vancouver: Project Controls Best Practices with EcoSys EPC

You're invited to our FREE Seminar and Reception in Vancouver! Join us as we discuss best practices in project controls that drive improved project performance. Stay after to network and enjoy complimentary hors d'oeuvres and cocktails during our reception.

Vancouver Project Controls Best Practices Seminar and Reception – Thurs, April 28 – Register here!

 

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Press Release

EcoSys Opens Asia Pacific Headquarters in Sydney

New location to help fuel continued global growth for EcoSys project controls software

EcoSys, provider of best-in-class enterprise planning and cost controls software, today announced that it recently opened a new office in Sydney, Australia which will serve as the company headquarters for the Asia Pacific region.  This announcement follows the continued strong growth in global sales of the EcoSys EPC (Enterprise Planning & Controls) project controls software platform.

“Some of the world’s largest projects – from energy and mining to infrastructure to transportation – are coming out of the Asia Pacific region,” said Javier Sloninsky, Managing Director and CEO of EcoSys. “We see that the companies, contractors, and governments driving these projects are hungry for a powerful, easy to use solution that delivers visibility into project performance and in turn, drives better project outcomes.”

The new office in Sydney will enable EcoSys to provide better service to its customers, further increase regional sales, and build a strong network of business partners.

Greg Harrison, Director of Sales, Asia Pacific, added, “With over 40% of the world’s capital projects coming from this region, there is a great opportunity to engage with our current and future customers with an expanding local presence from within Asia Pacific. We look forward to working with industry and governments to address their project challenges with the market leading project controls solution.”

EcoSys EPC has been adopted as the project controls standard by organisations focused on improved project performance. Through the software’s best-in-class integration with other enterprise systems and built-in reporting and analytics, EcoSys EPC is able to enforce project controls best practices while improving operating efficiencies.

EcoSys EPC is a web-based solution designed to deliver best practices for project cost management, project portfolio management, capital program management, budgeting and forecasting, funds management, resource planning, estimating, progress measurement, and earned value management.

In 2013, EcoSys opened its new global headquarters in Denver, Colorado and maintains additional offices in New York City, Houston, and London.

About EcoSys
EcoSys is the global standard for enterprise Project Controls software. Its easy-to-use web-based platform, EcoSys EPC, helps organisations worldwide plan and manage project portfolios, control project costs, and improve project performance.

EcoSys customers execute some of the world’s largest projects and rely on EcoSys EPC to implement best practices for full lifecycle project controls including project cost management, project portfolio management (PPM), capital program management, budgeting, forecasting, estimating, workforce planning, and earned value management.

  
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For project managers in the oil and gas industry, it’s important to know how projects are performing day-to-day, and to identify risk at the earliest opportunity. When managing large and complex assets, it’s essential to better collaborate and share information across the value chain.

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