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Pöyry announces launch of PoyryDigital

International consulting and engineering company Pöyry has announced the launch of #PoyryDigital, a suite of advanced digital solutions and services across the energy, industry and infrastructure sectors.
Pöyry announces launch of PoyryDigital

#PoyryDigital has been pioneered by industry experts in order to help clients take advantage of big data and the internet of things (IoT), as well as the automation of engineering, in order to increase their competitive advantage.

“I am delighted to announce #PoyryDigital” said Martin a Porta, President & CEO, Pöyry PLC. “The digital revolution has transformed the media, financial and retail sectors, but the digitalisation of industry is only just beginning. #PoyryDigital is helping clients to generate significant savings by optimising their operations and performance.”

#PoyryDigital contains a comprehensive suite of solutions and services, ranging from a Digital Readiness service for helping guide businesses through their digital transformation to Data Capture, Analysis & Evaluation services, as well as services for Automating & Optimising engineering designs through to Security & Support. The suite of services enables clients to take advantage of digitalisation to future proof their business and at the same time, solve sustainability challenges.

For example, with Pöyry Smart Site services, owners of industrial plants can effectively aggregate smart data from many different systems to optimise their entire site. By integrating the latest in digitalisation, Pöyry Smart Site increases plant efficiency and safety, whilst reducing energy consumption and the use of raw materials.

Pöyry is an international consulting and engineering company delivering smart solutions across power generation, transmission & distribution, forest industry, chemicals & biorefining, mining & metals, transportation and water. The company employs approximately 5500 experts across 40 countries with 130 offices around the world. In 2016 it achieved net sales of 530 million euros.

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