August 18, 2022
2:00 PM Eastern
Bruce Taylor, FurtherTec
Deidra Armstrong, HF Sinclair
Brent Railey, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company
This Webinar will provide a definition of digital transformation and the elements key to a successful initiative through the discussion of actual case studies that demonstrate what is achievable. The information exchanged will be at the conceptual level to ensure its applicability to any attendee’s environment. This is the third installment of AFPM’s Digital Transformation Webinar series and will introduce a detailed whitepaper outlining digital Transformation, its uses and benefits.
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