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IACCM and AVEVA experts share how you can remove barriers to achieve shared success on your next CAPEX project.

AVEVA™ Contract Risk Management - keys to change management for complex projects

On most projects today, organizations and their customers often have inherently competing priorities. Primarily, quality, cost and schedule are the three overwhelming drivers. A lack of transparency, unpredictable scope of change and how to manage it, complexity, poor stakeholder engagement and rushed planning are often key elements of project performance shortfalls.

In this webinar, Melanie Fontenot, Senior Technical Consultant for AVEVA Contract Risk Management along with Paul Branch, IACCM COO and CTO will discuss how to use technology to remove these barriers to achieving shared success on your next project.

You will learn how you can:

  • Leverage analytics to predict and remediate project issues and unplanned events
  • Reduce unexpected and unpredicted contract risks which can delay complex projects
  • Automate communications and enable transparency to stakeholders

Register now to watch the webinar!


Melanie Fontenot

SPSM Technical Consultant, AVEVA

Melanie Fontenot is a Technical Consultant for the AVEVA ProCon contract risk management solution. She has been with AVEVA for the past three years, and is responsible for advising on customer adoption of the solution and for providing implementation support. Prior to joining AVEVA, she spent 15 years working in the Procurement and Contracts departments at EPC firms, primarily focused within the oil and gas market.


Paul Branch

IACCM Chief Operating Officer and Chief Technical Officer

Paul has worked in the Telecommunications/IT industry for over 30 years, with more than 20 years spent in various buy- and sell-side contract and commercial management (CCM) positions. Most recently, Paul was Head of Deal Assurance at BT Group, delivering complex change programs dramatically improving CCM delivery. Paul served on the IACCM Board of Directors, as both a Non-Executive Director and Officer. He is an IACCM Expert Practitioner and Fellow.