Market Size & Forecast: Industrial Asset Management Software (Webinar)

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Executive Summary

This webinar will help executives of industrial asset management software suppliers as well as current and prospective investors in this technology market to understand its size, available white space and forecasted growth.

Register to this webinar to understand why the market is witnessing such strong growth, which key drivers are at play, which software type, industries and geographies will grow the quickest, and how to leverage these opportunities as a technology supplier.

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About the authors

Victor Voulgaropoulos

Senior Analyst

Victor is a Senior Analyst in the Verdantix Operational Excellence practice. His research agenda focuses on asset management solutions and their overlap with industrial risk management technologies and digital twins. His advisory portfolio includes go-to-market, growth strategy, commercial due diligence and digital strategy projects for corporates, vendors and investors. Prior to joining Verdantix, Victor was a research associate at Imperial College London and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, providing engineering advisory services for clients in the energy industry (oil & gas, nuclear and solar). Victor holds a PhD in Process Engineering from University College London.

Kiran Darmasseelane

Analyst

Kiran is an Industry Analyst in the Verdantix Operational Excellence practice. His current research agenda focusses on emerging solutions and global market trends across the process industries. Prior to joining Verdantix, Kiran worked at Siemens PSE where he gained experience in advanced process modelling and digital twin technologies. Kiran holds a MEng in Chemical Engineering from the University of Nottingham.

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