AspenTech releases FEED technology

Cambridge, MA - Aspen Technology released February 6th its enhanced Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) technology. FEED technology is part of the Aspen Engineering Suite (AES) and uses XML schemas and updated versions of Aspen's Zyqadand and Icarus products to improve productivity by enabling more effective sharing of process and economic data from conceptual design through detailed engineering and plant operations.

03/24/2003


Cambridge, MA - Aspen Technology released February 6th its enhanced Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) technology. FEED technology is part of the Aspen Engineering Suite (AES) and uses XML schemas and updated versions of Aspen's Zyqadand and Icarus products to improve productivity by enabling more effective sharing of process and economic data from conceptual design through detailed engineering and plant operations.

AES is an element of AspenTech's Enterprise Operations Management solutions for process industries. These are integrated, enterprise-wide solutions that combine engineering and manufacturing/supply chain technologies to help companies optimize the way they en-gineer and run their manufacturing and supply chain operations.

AES's management of process engineering knowledge enables manufacturers, technology licensors, and engineering contractors to work together in ways that significantly improve capital effectiveness, reduce time-to-market, and increase production efficiencies.

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