The past 3 years has seen the emergence of digital technologies beyond our smart phones and personal connectivity. How companies and businesses leverage this digital emergence in the future is critical but also confusing. With so many "ways" to leverage digital technology, how does an organization prioritize where to invest in the future? The ability to differentiate your organization from a cost and revenue perspective is critical in asset intensive industries such as refining, petrochemical and chemicals process.
In this recorded webcast, PwC's Energy practice examines how digital integrity operating windows may be the answer to this "where to invest" question for the operators of the future.
About PwC's Energy Executive Webcast Series
PwC's energy executive webcast series provides practical guidance on recent energy issues and developments. Our webcasts, designed for energy executives, keep you informed of new and emerging issues impacting the energy industry and provide insight into recent trends and opportunities within the sector.
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