AVEVA to support digital transformation of KBR’s global businesses

Cambridge, – AVEVA, a global leader in engineering and industrial software, announced KBR has signed a multi-phase agreement. AVEVA will be an important contributor to KBR’s digital transformation which will help to deliver significant cost savings and to provide service excellence to their clients.

This enterprise agreement was only made possible due to the expanded, end-to-end solutions, technologies and services now part of the enhanced AVEVA portfolio. This agreement spans all three of KBR’s synergistic global businesses: Hydrocarbon Services, Technology, and Government Services.

“We are excited to work with AVEVA to accelerate our business transformation into being an industry-leading digital enterprise capable of providing even better value-added engineering and procurement services for our customers,” said John Thomson, CIO of KBR. “The strength and depth of the AVEVA suite was a good fit for our needs, including their industry knowledge, digital solution expertise and service delivery excellence.”

KBR will leverage AVEVA’s engineering and industrial solution portfolio to further digitally transform the delivery of KBR’s

technology, value-added services, integrated EPC and long-term operations and maintenance services. KBR can extend its Digital Asset delivery expertise by combining the strength of its EPC work with its world-class Technology, Consulting and Industrial Services offerings.

“Leveraging 3D enhanced visualization – a Digital Twin – with performance monitoring, is just one example of how KBR can deliver compelling and differentiated value to plant operators and maintenance personnel during a plant’s full lifecycle, from pre-FEED through to decommissioning,” said Steen Lomholt-Thomsen, AVEVA’s Head of Global Sales. “As a result, KBR’s customers can benefit from reduced capital expenditures, faster and safer project delivery, smoother start-up and a single source of data for greater efficiency during project delivery and across operations and maintenance processes.”

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