Case Study

Increasing Entry To Market For A Multinational EPC

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Problem:

Murray & Roberts typically required 18-24 months to enter a new region or design facilities with new technologies. To win projects in a low bid environment they needed to find new ways to differentiate themselves without increasing headcount.

Needs:

Murray & Roberts needed a solution to reduce the entry to market time without having to hire more engineering talent. They wanted to be able to hit the ground running when new tenders were announced.

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