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  • Learn how today’s top estimators are using Aspen Economic Evaluation software to reduce time to estimate and increase estimating accuracy and consistency.

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Featured On-Demand Webinar: Beyond the Spreadsheet – An Introduction to Aspen Capital Cost Estimator

Would you use 1980’s technology to make a mobile call today? Then why do you use dated technology for your capital cost estimating? Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how estimators can eliminate the use of manual, proprietary spreadsheets to improve project performance using Aspen Capital Cost Estimator (ACCE).

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Beyond the Spreadsheet: Introduction to ACCE for Improved Estimating Speed and Accuracy

With Aspen Capital Cost Estimator (ACCE), estimators can eliminate the use of manual, proprietary spreadsheets to improve project performance, ensuring they are on time and on budget. During this one-hour webinar, we’ll cover the limitations of using spreadsheets for capital cost estimating, a comparison of the workflow of the spreadsheet-based approach to ACCE, and an example of an ACCE workflow in the petrochemical industry.

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Getting to Zero – Calibrating Aspen Capital Cost Estimator for Success

Who would have thought that zero was such an important number? But who wants zero salary, or zero sunny days? I guess it’s all in the way you look at it. Most owner operators or EPC’s would love a capital cost estimate that has zero deviation from expectation!