WorleyParsons to standardize on Intergraph SmartPlant Enterprise

Global project services provider, WorleyParsons, has entered into a global alliance agreement with intergraph® to facilitate the standardization of business solutions across its globally located operations.

The past year has seen WorleyParson’s significantly increase its adoption of Intergraph plant management software, much of it centered on the SmartPlant Enterprise plant engineering and design solution. With 118 offices in 38 countries, the Australian-based company provides technical, project and operational support services to customers in the hydrocarbons, minerals and metals, power and infrastructure sectors, and list some of the world’s largest energy companies as clients.

WorleyParsons engineering director corporate, Lindsay Wheeler, said: “With the ongoing strong investment in all sectors of the business and increased workshare across the globe, use of integrated design systems was essential. The Intergraph SmartPlant suite supports workshare, provides design data in a format that customers can reuse and allows more efficient design solutions with improved design integrity.”

“Our business is based on providing our clients with the highest quality services in a highly competitive, high-value industry sector, and the future growth of our business in Australia and internationally will be built on the continued delivery of projects of the highest quality,” Wheeler said.

SmartPlant Enterprise is a full-suite, data-centric solution that provides all of the capabilities needed for large-scale project engineering design, and then keep it ‘as-built’ throughout its life cycle. SmartPlant Enterprise translates advanced functionality, usability and work process improvement concepts into tangible business benefits to shorten schedules, boost productivity and increase engineering quality.

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