Reduce project execution risk with Honeywell’s LEAP solution
04 November 2014
LEAP is a new approach to automation project lean execution, enhancing Honeywell’s project implementation services with Universal Channel Technology, Experion Virtualization, and cloud engineering. Remove the traditional dependencies that force project flows to be sequential in nature, drastically improving overall project schedule. Standardized designs and parallel workflows achieve up to 30% capital savings and increase scheduling flexibility up to 25%.
Predictability in today’s capital-intensive markets is a challenge. Project cost overruns across all industrial markets are one of the areas contributing to this dynamic. CAPEX planning, returns on invested capital and cash flow are all impacted negatively by project execution issues. Significant work has been done to improve project efficiencies through the use of integrated database tools and workflow, but this has not really addressed some of the fundamental issues. Tweaking the project execution process can result in incremental changes, but doesn’t really move the needle. A true paradigm shift in the way projects are implemented is required to get the type of capital efficiency needed to be successful in this highly competitive, tight-margin environment.
A new approach to automation project lean execution challenges the traditional way projects have been implemented. LEAP™ enhances Honeywell’s project implementation services with Universal Channel Technology, Experion Virtualization, and cloud engineering. It removes the traditional dependencies that force project flows to be sequential in nature, drastically improving the overall project schedule. Standardized designs and parallel workflows help keep automation systems off the critical path.
Learn how you can achieve a 30% reduction in your capital spend for the MAC scope of your project, along with other opportunities to have flexibility in your schedule for late changes as well as reducing the number of change orders for your project.
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