Asset Performance Canada has launched a redesigned website that highlights the company’s mission to help clients “Aim Higher” and “Aim Smarter” to optimize their assets’ performance and maximize operational efficiency
Calgary, AB | February 1, 2017
Asset Performance Canada (AP-Canada) is proud to announce the launch of their redesigned website, found at AP-Canada.ca. Along with the website, the company is debuting a new tagline: “Aim Higher. Aim Smarter.” The tagline emphasizes the company’s mission to help its clients Aim Higher to realize superior business outcomes and Aim Smarter to drive breakthrough performance in capital projects and plant turnarounds.
The new website also highlights the company’s four Solutions areas: Capital Projects, Turnarounds, Innovative Web-Based Tools, and Benchmarking and Predictive Analytics. These four areas encompass the company’s diverse offering of consulting engagements, Software as a Service (SaaS) tools, and benchmarking services. Each Solution area draws on AP-Canada’s multi-disciplinary consulting staff packed with industry-recognized subject matter experts, its unrivaled databases of project and turnaround practices and outcomes, and its innovative software tools.
About Asset Performance Canada
AP-Canada is the indispensable trusted partner to global petroleum, chemical, and energy companies that aim to optimize their assets’ performance and maximize operational efficiency. Our company achieves its mission by infusing strategic innovation, proven expertise, actionable insights, and unparalleled businesses intelligence analytics into a unique, winning formula for success. We leverage our databases, benchmarks, Software as a Service (SaaS) engines, and our industry-recognized consulting expertise to ensure that our clients mitigate, manage, and control high-risk events. Ultimately, our clients Aim Higher to realize superior business outcomes, and Aim Smarter to drive breakthrough performance in capital projects and plant turnarounds. For more information on AP-Canada, please visit AP-Canada.ca.