A glimpse @ HxGN Live 2018

by Liza Entroliso

Cebu, July 31st, 2018. Have you ever been to HxGN Live? This year was my first chance to attend. It was more than I expected and being part of the conference was a great opportunity to learn more about Hexagon and meet not only the Hexagon PPM clients, but also the participants of other Hexagon tracks.

Going the Extra Mile

By Alfrexzon “ALDU” M. Dumagat

Cebu, June 6th, 2018. To “go the extra mile” is an idiomatic expression defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as “to do more than one is required to do”.

…a most efficient way to your digital twin

By Anton Schreibmueller

Singapore, April 20th, 2018. With Industry 4.0 initiatives gaining more and more traction across many industry sectors, digital transformation has become a high priority. I have met with many companies who are embarking on their journey to establish an accurate digital representation of existing facilities (a.k.a. a “digital twin”), and this is the first challenge and prerequisite to unlocking hidden asset value.

Who can you trust?

By Patrick Mackinlay

Bangkok, March 13th, 2018. I can distinctly remember times when I was neck-deep in configuring, administering and supporting multiple complex systems for a project, and wished I could share some of my technical discoveries and challenges with peers at other companies. Unfortunately, the default industry mode of strict confidentiality makes that very difficult, outside of the very occasional user group meeting or other chance social encounter.

The “lumpy nature” of the real world

by Rengan Jayakrishnan

Pune, February 14th, 2017. One of the challenges faced by many of our clients is controlling costs in the face of dynamic demand. While companies are usually able to predict demand within a reasonable tolerance over a defined future period, these predictions are by their nature aggregates, and can’t be accurately matched to the “lumpy nature” of the real world.

Migration made easy

By Andy Osborne

Singapore, November 21st, 2017. Just in the last month, I have been speaking with clients, such as a multinational owner operator supplying industrial gases with operations in over 80 countries, and one of the world's leading specialty chemicals companies, that carries out activities in more than 100 countries.

The insufficiency syndrome!

by Rengan Jayakrishnan

Pune, October 27th, 2017. Captain’s log 2. I have been travelling Europe from the Nordics, through central Europe and down to the South last month. With tentative signs of business recovery across many of the owner operator companies I spoke to, I saw that there is a new issue arising: the insufficiency syndrome.

What and Who is TecSurge Cebu?

by Liza Entroliso

Cebu, October 11th, 2017 I like word games. Since I joined TecSurge earlier this year I came up with two backronyms for TecSurge, that I’d like to share with you today. I work in Cebu and to me, Cebu is T E C S U R G E: