AVEVA’s digital manufacturing solutions for Specialty Chemicals

On-Demand Webinar

Rising costs and market disruption demand digital manufacturing and worker empowerment capabilities to reduce value leaks and drive business agility at scale.

The ongoing supply and demand disruptions, increasing sourcing and energy costs, and an accelerated shortage of skilled labor creates unprecedented challenges for the specialty chemicals industry. As an industry that serves ever dynamic customer needs and market opportunities, it must act to further reduce costs by systematically eliminating waste and losses for sustaining or growing their business.

With a record number of mergers and acquisitions in 2021, the pressure is on senior management to deliver quick returns and to meet sustainability commitments. Companies have to develop a digital manufacturing strategy that leverages synergies to address these new challenges across the new combined business.

Join this webinar to see AVEVA’s digital capabilities for:

  • Improving worker efficiency and more precise decision making with digital manufacturing execution, advanced production planning and AI-infused analyses.
  • Enterprise wide, real time visibility into value leaks and operational performance which enables collaboration across supply chain and plant operations to improve business agility and resilience.
  • Monitoring and predicting performance, reliability and quality anomalies with machine learning and artificial intelligence applied on operational data.
  • Reducing the risk of human error and noncompliance with digital guided work procedures for both scheduled tasks and in response to unplanned events.
  • Meeting customer demand and service expectations with visibility into plant capacity and inventory, as well as providing quality and product transparency.

Featured Presenters


Sree Hameed is a Global Marketing Manager for Manufacturing industries at AVEVA. In his 25-year career, he has helped companies adopt a variety of transformational technologies in the areas of production automation, manufacturing operations, supply chain management, product lifecycle management, and operational risk management. Sree also serves as an advisor to the Center for Intelligent Supply Networks at the University of Texas at Dallas.


Stephen has a 20-year Chemical Engineer experience in polyethylene, polypropylene, methacrylate, and phenol processes. Stephen performed a variety of industry roles, including unit engineering, operations excellence facilitation, operations management, and continuous improvement management. He worked 5 years for OSIsoft before joining AVEVA. Stephen holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University.


Nick Nicholas is a Principal Consultant responsible for supporting the Operations portfolio of products at AVEVA. In this role, he brings the technical expertise and product know-how required to help customers achieve success in their digital transformation journey. With a focus on Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), Automation Integration, Connected Worker, and Cloud Analytics, he works with customers in industries like Specialty Chemicals, Food & Beverages and Consumer Goods. Prior to joining AVEVA, Nick's 20+ years in the industrial automation space have run the gamut from technical support and solution development to customer engagement and management.

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