Market Uncertainty

Offset price volatility by becoming more agile to adapt to evolving market conditions

Respond to change with the right solutions

Many Energy, Process & Utilities companies deliver commodities in an unregulated market, which subjects them to pricing strategies that are entirely out of their control. This uncertainty forces them to keep their costs down and to seek new business opportunities to smoothen the impact of this volatility.

Digitization and big data help companies react faster to changes in demand. Through diversification, they expand their offering, resulting in more customers and new revenue streams for sustained business success.

Improve reaction time and agility by:

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Creating an ecosystem in which collaboration is streamlined and secure.
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Obtaining better visibility into market trends and needs.
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Creating an efficient supply chain and logistics from order to delivery.

Companies need to reinvent themselves

A flexible production environment and real-time access to information render Energy, Process & Utilities companies more responsive to changing market demands.

The 3DEXPERIENCE® platform delivers powerful analytics for better visibility of market dynamics providing companies with increased predictability. They have a holistic view of up-to-date information that improves the speed and pertinence of their decisions. Through powerful collaboration, globally-distributed teams forge new partnerships to expand their business.

Success story

Innovating to adapt to evolution

ExxonMobil chose Dassault Systèmes to address the challenges they face in the oil and gas industry.

 

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“In the decades ahead, the world will need to expand energy supplies in a way that is safe, secure, affordable and environmentally responsible. 3D simulation powers innovative solutions by building on the fundamentals to deliver energy in the 21st century.”

Bruce Dale
Chief Subsurface Engineer, ExxonMobil

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