Engineering Change Requests Managed Using ATMS

Petrochemical Plant - image used for Pisys Case Study on  engineering change management by Oilfiled Operator

This joint-venture oilfield operator streamlined their engineering change management, defined project deliverables and fostered collaboration between English and Russian speakers - all by using Pisys ATMS

Defining an Engineering Change Process, Creating Job Packs, Overcoming Language Barriers

The company’s project engineers are regularly asked to carry out significant and often safety-critical engineering changes to the company’s facilities, which include an oil
& gas separation plant.

Initially, project teams attempted to manage all change requests using spreadsheets, but found that the complexity of the tasks required a more structured approach.

Pisys ATMS allowed the company to build a robust system to fit support their processes.

The outcome is a system that helps move engineering change requests through all stages of the planning process, with the deliverable being a 'job pack' containing detailed instructions of how the engineering work must be carried out.

The system supports the process using dual-language entry form, using Cyrillic and English characters. This helps engineers from Russian speaking and English speaking backgrounds work together closely across language barriers.

Read the full Customer Case Study here.

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