Operational Optimisation

Cloud based Operational Optimization helps in improving efficiency and effectiveness of the main organisational processes. Thus, there is a reduction in cost and increase in revenue.

Operational Optimization refers to the set of processes, analysis technology, visualization, and an improvement methodology that helps an organization to optimize their performance. It is a framework for analysing, automating, and organizing business systems, processes, metrics, and methods.

A lot of businesses don’t know that it is very much in a business’s reach to reduce costs of operation, such as energy consumptions and production time. Hence, this is where operational optimization steps in, it makes use of intelligent algorithms and cloud computing power to reduce the operational costs of companies up to 30 percent. Thus, revenue is enhanced, and capital is conserved, which leads to better financial results and business outcomes.

  • To identify improvement areas
  • Operational risk management
  • To ensure compliance with supervisory requirements
  • Increase in productivity by increasing efficiency in operations
  • Cost cutting in areas such as utilities, shipping, inventories, etc.
  • Marketing effectiveness and sales productivity to increase revenues

Operational Optimization is undertaken to fulfil all of the above requirements to achieve successful business outcomes. Operational Optimization uses appropriate measures to increases the efficiency and effectiveness of business operations within the context of improvement methodology to illustrate areas needing improvement, identify issues, and procure operational performance.

Operational Optimization and Cloud-based solutions:

Cloud-based Operational Optimization is a viable solution that makes use of minimal IT resources, linear scaling, a large number of users, and no upfront capital. It also provides consistency of data sources with arithmetic calculations which foster better understanding by the user. It focuses specifically on Operational Optimization, and hence, delivers the requirements to help the decision makers understand the operational performance, characterize issues, collaborate with others, identify anomalies, and therefore, take the appropriate action. Other benefits of cloud-based Operational Optimization:

  • Low risk and low cost with less capital expenditure
  • More deliver value because of quick deployment
  • Real-time data analytics
  • Authorization, user authentication, data encryption, and secure connections provide security

Services offered by cloud-based Operational Optimization systems:

  1. Operations Evaluation: It provides high-level performance analytics with alarm levels and assignable targets for improvement in operational flexibility and thermal performance.
  2. Plant Optimization: Plant Optimization provides decision-making analytics and inputs that improve operating margin and production. With more accurate offerings, facility managers can help the plant run with an improvement in the company’s return on assets, and hence, achieve production targets.
  3. Outage Planning: This helps in selecting the best conditions and time for planned outages.
  4. Compliance and regulatory Management: This helps in saving reporting time, and there is a reduction in controlled emissions.