On August 7, Bells Functions in Perth became the meeting point for a gathering of decision-makers and visionaries from a variety of industries.

Registration from
15
organizations
Representing
7
industries
Attendees recorded
90.5%
in satisfaction levels

Delegates from every facet of the natural resource industries were treated to powerful customer stories that showcased some of the most compelling planning challenges of our time. Intimate and highly productive roundtable sessions were chaired by Denis Marshment from Advisian Digital and Emilie Ditton from IDC Energy Insights.

We have compiled a special selection of speaker insights for your viewing pleasure. If you are interested to be a part of the next Quintiq World Tour, keep a lookout for future communications from Quintiq.

Event Highlights

Presentation: Reinvent the value chain

As complexity increases, uncertainty becomes inevitable. But according to Quintiq's Rob van Egmond, uncertainty can be controlled — as long as you're willing to challenge established processes and look at solutions that are out of the ordinary.

Event highlights: Quintiq World Tour 2018 Perth

A day of powerful roundtable discussions and collaboration in a highly productive environment. Discover the sights and sounds of Quintiq World Tour 2018 in Perth.

Interview: Excellence through predictive-based maintenance

Emilie Ditton from IDC Energy Insights shares her insights about the importance of accessing the right information in order to reliably asses all available resources, and how that can lead to full visibility of the interconnected value chain.

Interview: A better workflow, a clearer picture

Allen Knapp from Rio Tinto talks about the organization’s biggest planning challenges, and how Quintiq has led to a more interconnected workflow and better visibility of the entire production line.

Interview: Technologies to help plans survive reality

Even the best-laid plans will change. Planners must be prepared to handle any and all disruptions that may pop up in their daily operations. But how can they ensure the accuracy of information coming from their work management systems? Denis Marshment from Advisian Digital talks about the technologies that can help planners with this uncertainty.

Event highlights

  • Presentation: Reinvent the value chain
    Presentation: Reinvent the value chain
    As complexity increases, uncertainty becomes inevitable. But according to Quintiq's Rob van Egmond, uncertainty can be controlled — as long as you're willing to challenge established processes and look at solutions that are out of the ordinary.
  • Event highlights: Quintiq World Tour 2018 Perth
    Event highlights: Quintiq World Tour 2018 Perth
    A day of powerful roundtable discussions and collaboration in a highly productive environment. Discover the sights and sounds of Quintiq World Tour 2018 in Perth.
  • Interview: Excellence through predictive-based maintenance
    Interview: Excellence through predictive-based maintenance
    Emilie Ditton from IDC Energy Insights shares her insights about the importance of accessing the right information in order to reliably asses all available resources, and how that can lead to full visibility of the interconnected value chain.
  • Interview: A better workflow, a clearer picture
    Interview: A better workflow, a clearer picture
    Allen Knapp from Rio Tinto talks about the organization’s biggest planning challenges, and how Quintiq has led to a more interconnected workflow and better visibility of the entire production line.
  • Interview: Technologies to help plans survive reality
    Interview: Technologies to help plans survive reality
    Even the best-laid plans will change. Planners must be prepared to handle any and all disruptions that may pop up in their daily operations. But how can they ensure the accuracy of information coming from their work management systems? Denis Marshment from Advisian Digital talks about the technologies that can help planners with this uncertainty.

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