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Intergraph Process, Power & Offshore APEX Summit 2004 Moderators Guide Interactive, Timely Conference Events
[March 26, 2004]

Intergraph Process, Power & Offshore APEX Summit 2004 Moderators Guide Interactive, Timely Conference Events

Expert Facilitators Bruce Jenkins and Joe Morray Offer Analytical Perspectives

Bruce Jenkins and Joe Morray are featured moderators for Business Track and Executive Forum events Sept. 13 and 14 at APEX Summit 2004 (, the Process, Power & Offshore division of Intergraph Corporation (NASDAQ: INGR) announced today. Well-known throughout the process industries, Jenkins and Morray offer expertise based on more than 40 combined years of industry, technology, business and analysis experience. Jenkins leads the Business Track while Morray guides Executive Forum events. Both activities bring together global thought leaders from customer companies, industry analyst firms and commerce to exchange information, explore crucial issues, assess solutions and chart business and technology direction for the immediate future. APEX Summit is Sept. 12 - 15 at The Woodlands, Houston, Texas.

Jenkins Presents Lineup of Global Experts

For senior and middle managers as well as superusers interested in the push-pull relationship between business and technology in advancing the new era of engineering, the APEX Summit Business Track features a variety of speakers from leading global companies. Bruce Jenkins moderates these valuable sessions, facilitates discussion and adds his own unique insights based on years of industry analyst experience. Topics span integrated project execution, asset management and brownfield performance strategies. Speakers include Peter McMurray, director, Murray & Roberts Engineering Solutions; Robert Yang, technical consultant, Parsons Infrastructure and Technology Group Inc.; Lin Whitworth, information management team leader and Mike Moroney, business systems manager, Buzzard Development Project, Encana U. K. Ltd.

Morray Guides Special Executive Forum Events

As moderator of the exclusive Executive Forum sessions, Morray applies his own analytical thought and business/technology perspective on the topics, which center on crucial aspects of advanced asset management. Presenters include Anders Thostrup, IT strategy & innovation manager, Shell E & P; Dr. K. C. Choi, principal vice president and CIO, Bechtel; Sid Snitkin, vice president, ARC Advisory Group; Trond Bynes, vice president for operations process & facilities, ABB Offshore Systems; Kristian Steenstrup, research vice president, Gartner Group, Inc.; as well as others. For CEOs, COOs, CIOs and other top officials seeking insight on high level issues, the Executive Forum presents exclusive content, including private luncheons with work force expert Roger Herman and business journalist Neil Cavuto, special briefings with business and industry experts along with unique networking opportunities.

Register for APEX Summit 2004

Click to to register for APEX Summit, the new global industry conference that brings together the people, the roadmap and the technology for enabling engineering to advance and sustain increased profitability. The event is sponsored by Intergraph and the Process & Power Client Community.

About Bruce Jenkins

Bruce Jenkins is principal, senior analyst and cofounder of Spar Point Research LLC. With more than 20 years' experience in business research and analysis, Jenkins has authored more than 500 articles and studies on engineering, construction and manufacturing information technologies and their business impact. He has consulted with owners and contractors on selecting IT solutions and on integrating new technologies into existing work processes. Spar Point Research ( identifies and analyzes industry best practices for creating business value through digital technology deployment and application. Quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times and elsewhere, Jenkins was previously executive vice president and publisher at Daratech, Inc.

About Joe Morray

As president of Trinity Technologies, Joe Morray consults with operating and technology companies in the chemical, pharmaceutical and power industries to enhance use of automation tools for the plant lifecycle. Over the past 15 years, he has worked with companies to bring together technology initiatives with major business drivers and financial considerations. In leading Trinity Technologies ( and its suite of Information Asset Services(TM), his experience includes the definition, development and implementation of large engineering-oriented systems. Morray frequently provides executive-level briefings to companies and moderates both industry and corporate strategic sessions.

APEX Summit Responds to Unprecedented Opportunity

APEX Summit 2004 is aimed at helping Intergraph clients entrench engineering information and intelligent software as an indispensable part of decision-making, retool work processes to boost profitability and productivity and develop new business models to compete in dynamic, demanding global markets. APEX stands for Advancing Profitability through Engineering eXcellence. APEX Summit responds directly to the new era of opportunity for project and plant engineering to achieve greater profitability by capitalizing on engineering asset information for more optimal business decisions and fundamental work process improvement.

Aimed at providing in-depth business content as well as practical value, the conference includes an Executive Forum and Business and Technology Tracks featuring industry and business luminaries, Process & Power Client Community activities, workshops, special events and a technology showcase.

About Intergraph Process, Power & Offshore

Intergraph Process, Power & Offshore enables customers to create, capture and manage plant information as a strategic asset by providing integrated life cycle software for the engineering, design, construction and operation of process and power plants, offshore oil and gas facilities and commercial ships. Core brands include SmartPlant(R) and PDS(TM) for plant design, IntelliShip(TM) for marine design, SmartPlant Foundation for lifecycle engineering information management and MARIAN(R) for materials, procurement and supply chain management. Backed by a quarter century of industry experience, Intergraph Process, Power & Offshore ( is the acknowledged global leader in the plant creation market (Source: Daratech Inc.). A division of Intergraph Corporation, Process, Power & Offshore is headquartered in Huntsville, Ala. USA, employs approximately 700 people and does business in more than 60 countries.

Intergraph Corporation common stock trades on The Nasdaq Stock Market under the symbol: INGR.

Intergraph, the Intergraph logo and SmartPlant are registered trademarks of Intergraph Corporation. Other brands and product names may be trademarks of their respective owners. (C) 2004 Intergraph Corporation.

Software prices, availability, functions, features and specifications subject to change without notice. Software and services subject to United States export control laws and regulations. Any prices quoted are in United States dollars and subject to applicable taxes and international currency exchange rates. This news release contains forward-looking statements regarding future events that are subject to risks and uncertainties. Certain risks and uncertainties of Intergraph Corporation are discussed in the company's Form 10K filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Copies are available without charge upon written request to Shareholder Relations, Intergraph Corporation, Huntsville, Ala. 35894 USA.


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