Powering Construction Project and Program Success with Data Insights

CORIE CHEESEMAN | February 28, 2019

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E&C organizations generate a lot of data across multiple complex projects - from work practices and schedules to materials inventory and expenses. But as McKinsey has noted, companies are data rich but insight poor. Recognizing this challenge, leading organizations are working to harness their data effectively to make smarter business decisions and drive exceptional outcomes – and then replicate them over and over to maintain their competitive edge.

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Originally in the mid-1980s, Claude Barlier conducted research in Nancy on the Actarus machining monitoring process and on the Additive Manufacturing process (rapid prototyping, 3D printing) Stratoconception, on which he filed the first patents. In November 1991, in order to develop his patented research, Claude Barlier created CIRTES in Saint-Die-des-Vosges.

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Originally in the mid-1980s, Claude Barlier conducted research in Nancy on the Actarus machining monitoring process and on the Additive Manufacturing process (rapid prototyping, 3D printing) Stratoconception, on which he filed the first patents. In November 1991, in order to develop his patented research, Claude Barlier created CIRTES in Saint-Die-des-Vosges.

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