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Vice President - Information , Op...

Local Address: Lake Forest, California, United States
Invensys plc
3Rd Floor 40 Grosvenor Place
London , London SW1X 7AW
United Kingdom

Company Description: Invensys plc is a global technology company providing software, solutions, products and services to control, optimise and automate equipment and processes in a...   more
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  • Computer Science and Journalism & Communications
    University of Iowa
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Invensys Introduces Quality Management Software | Control Engineering Asia
www.ceasiamag.com, 14 Nov 2012 [cached]
"Our Wonderware MES 2012 with Quality software integrates manufacturing operations and quality operations in production and addresses a key challenge in synchronizing production schedules and the required quality procedures," said Rob McGreevy, vice president of platform and operations software at Invensys Operations Management.
Tech Update: Software as a Service | EPS Way
www.epsway.com, 12 Jan 2010 [cached]
Rob McGreevy, Wonderware vice president, platforms and applications, believes that any application that is data-management-centric is well-suited to the SaaS model.
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Rob McGreevy, Wonderware, 949-727-3200, rob.mcgreevy@wonderware.com
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According to Rob McGreevy of Wonderware, contract manufacturers who typically have busy and not-so-busy periods will use the software less in the slack times, so while there still may be a monthly fee, the usage fee will be very low-just like an electric meter. In the busy times with more usage, the fees pick up. Another advantage to the SaaS model, he says, is that it's a different budget; that is, SaaS falls under recurring operations expenses and is not a capital expenditure.
The Cloud for Manufacturing - A Path to Success Webinar |
wonderwarepacwest.com, 31 May 2013 [cached]
Rob McGreevy, Vice President Product Management, Wonderware & Invensys Operations Management Rob is responsible for defining and executing the Software product strategy for the platform and applications team within Invensys Operations Management.
So began Rob McGreevy, ...
stage.www.controlglobal.com, 15 Oct 2012 [cached]
So began Rob McGreevy, Wonderware vice president of platform and operations software, in his keynote address to users of Invensys Operations Management's Wonderware and Avantis software this week in Anaheim, Calif. "That's 725,000 licenses at 135,000 sites worldwide-including 5,000 new licenses and 27 new product launches since 2011-for the Invensys software business," McGreevy explained.
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"The new ArchestrA System Platform 2012 R2 helps customers achieve operational excellence with improved capacity, more flexibility and system expansion," said McGreevy.
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Rob McGreevy "Our software solutions empower our clients' most valuable resource-their people. Invensys' Rob McGreevy led a wide-ranging review of industry issues and how Wonderware software is helping to tame them. "Customers with remote sites, such as oil and gas production, power plants, facilities management, water and wastewater plants or any SCADA-specific use, typically have issues properly handling intermittent, uncurrent or out-of-sequence data," said McGreevy.
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McGreevy noted that just a few short years into its existence, the smartphone and tablet market is now outpacing that for PCs. "This is going to make a big difference in the way we interact with our data," he said.
"We now have over 480 registered devices using SmartGlance, an innovative mobile reporting offering that delivers plant data and reports directly to smart phones," McGreevy said. Originally offered only as a cloud-hosted solution, the company also is introducing an On-Premise option that allows companies to locally host and manage the application without requiring third-party services.
"Last year," McGreevy said, "we released advanced support for virtualization with high availability and disaster recovery for both VMware and Microsoft. This year we're further expanding our support."
"And while many people continue to be uncomfortable with 'cloud computing' in the industrial environment," he continued, "the farther we get away from regulatory control, the easier it is to get users to buy in. Within the infrastructure and manufacturing markets, we have over 40 sites using cloud-enabled reporting solutions today and we're announcing two new managed services this year, Historian and Workflow, both using Microsoft Azure technology."
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"When it comes to envisioning and enabling real-time operational excellence, Invensys are the experts," McGreevy concluded.
During a Web briefing for media ...
www.automationexcellence.com, 1 Nov 2014 [cached]
During a Web briefing for media and analysts following the Skelta acquisition announcement, Rob McGreevy, IOM vice president, platforms & strategy, acknowledged that many of the company's competitors are pursuing extended workflow and BPM solution strategies. But there are three things that will differentiate the IOM/Skelta solution, he said.
Many IOM competitors are taking "a stand-alone product approach" to the problem, said McGreevy, while "what we want to do is make workflow and collaboration a natural extension of our suite. The second difference involves IOM's plans to go beyond generic workflow tools to deliver packaged libraries of industry-specific work processes. For industries such as pharmaceuticals or food and beverage, for example, IOM might provide an application for Hazardous Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP), said McGreevy, "so that when certain conditions occur, you've got standard workflows for that."
Human element
The third difference involves IOM's focus on the human element in workflow and business processes, McGreevy said. Competitors tend to focus largely on data movement issues, for example, between an SAP enterprise system and the plant floor, he contended. But the IOM/Skelta solution will also include a focus on activities involving employees at many levels, with information routed though multiple channels including mobile devices, e-mail and other channels, McGreevy said.
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