Operations control software strengthens workforce efficiency

02 August 2022

AVEVA has launched the 2023 release of its operations control software, the first major coordinated release of its HMI/SCADA software portfolio, available in both perpetual and subscription purchases.

The new release aims to support the delivery of AVEVA Operations Control, a subscription-based solution of integrated capabilities that promotes greater efficiency and workforce collaboration at the scale that best suits the business.
AVEVA Operations Control is said to simplify the day-to-day routines of teams by aligning workers around common digital threads of information, delivering the data and insights they need to drive growth through increased efficiency, agility and reliability. Visualisation technologies, analytics and development tools are deployed within a hybrid cloud and on-premises environment to provide customers with performance consistency, helping remove the opportunity for human error, and improve operator insight and reactions to process deviations. 
“Digital technologies now comprise the beating heart of industrial enterprises. But operations teams do not yet have the ability to contextualise decisions within a cohesive and sustainable framework. AVEVA Operations Control leverages this information environment with a comprehensive set of applications that empowers users from edge to enterprise with real-time visibility of critical processes in every industry,” said Rashesh Mody, executive vice president - Operations Business at AVEVA. 
The 2023 operations control software release is available through several procurement methods, including AVEVA Flex, the advanced industrial software subscription program. 
AVEVA Operations Control helps workers to do their jobs in a more sustainable way. Its digital framework supports quicker, data-backed responses to events that require resolution, providing reliable process management systems, and reducing the effort required to train new staff. 

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