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Industry 4.0 involves getting more and broader information and using it to achieve greater insights, better decisions and more intelligent operations overall. This webinar will delve into how Industry 4.0 can improve asset reliability for performance optimization and safety, focusing on the areas of Integrity Management, Preventive Maintenance (PM) Optimization, and Process Safety. ABS Group and Infor speakers will provide functional and technical expertise on both process and software applications.
Kevin_Price_SlideShot_Cropped-1Kevin Price, Technical Product Evangelist & Strategist, Infor
Kevin Price 
has more than 20 years of experience in the enterprise asset management (EAM) solution area for Infor. He’s served in multiple leadership roles in sales, service, development, and product management. He is currently the Technical Product Evangelist and Strategist for the Infor EAM portfolio, which includes EAM Enterprise, MP2, Energy Performance Management, and Spear Technologies. Kevin is based out of the Infor EAM development hub in Greenville, South Carolina.

Randy Montgomery, Sr. Director, Oil Gas and Chemical Services, ABS Group
Randy Montgomery has 30+ years of experience in reliability, maintenance, integrity management, process safety, operations, and process engineering, including 13 years of industrial experience.  Currently, he is the Senior Director of Midstream and Downstream for ABS Group with responsibilities for identifying, developing, and delivering technical solutions to help oil, gas & chemical industry clients preserve their right to operate and improve their return on investment.  In his previous roles, Mr. Montgomery focused on assessing, designing and improving programs to ensure the asset integrity and improve asset performance. 

Mr. Montgomery is a coauthor of the Center for Chemical Process Safety's Guidelines for Effective Mechanical Integrity Programs. He has also coauthored several technical papers in the field of maintenance and reliability. Mr. Montgomery holds a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from the University of Cincinnati.

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