Presentation from the Sigmafine Summit in Milan, October 10, 2018.
Sigmafine as a fundamental element to support operational decisions requires regular maintenance to assure an optimal performance during the complete analysis and data reconciliation cycle. A Sigmafine analysis and data reconciliation cycle involve collecting of data from peripherical systems, sometimes in a raw state but other after multiple calculation processes. Once a minimum set of information has imported, the end-user is ready to initiate their periodical analysis, and the strategical use of the introduced information and the Sigmafine model will facilitate the identification of problems and its solution. The presentation provides valuable Pimsoft recommendations that will help Sigmafine clients to improve their system user experience covering hardware, modeling and business process scenarios.
Delivery Services Lead
Katia Molino is currently a Senior Sigmafine Consultant at Pimsoft. Her experience with Sigmafine includes implementing and leading data reconciliation projects, Sigmafine migrations, technical support, and training. Moreover, she is involved in the planning and design of new Sigmafine development projects.
Prior to Pimsoft, Katia worked as a technical leader in consulting companies in the areas of IT, energy and engineering projects. In particular, she worked with the design and development of optimization tools in the field of hydro-power production and with feasibility studies related to innovative LNG regasification plants. Katia holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Physics from Bologna University (Italy).
Sigmafine Product Specialist
Isabel is currently part of Sigmafine Delivery Team. She joined Pimsoft in 2014 and her experience in the company includes working on Sigmafine projects, analyzing the customer’s requirements, implementing technical solutions, documentation writing, consulting and trainings. She was part of the AM group (Application Maintenance) providing assistance to customers for resolution of application and functional issues.
She graduated in Chemical and Sustainable Process Engineering (Master of Science) at Politecnico di Torino.