Moving At The Speed Of Technology – Take Five With Pier Parisi

By DJ Slater02 March 2020

Pier Parisi’s career path gave him a front-row seat to the technological advancements of the natural gas industry. He spent the earlier part of his career with Bently Nevada and GE before joining Dover and, currently, Apergy.

In September 2019, Compressor Product International (CPI) and Windrock, an Apergy company, began a commercial partnership, allowing the two companies to collaborate on monitoring and analytical technology (see COMPRESSORTECH2, November 2019, p. 23).

The two companies have flagship devices built on the premise of monitoring, predicting and preventing equipment failures. CPI has Proflo EOS, a lubrication monitoring system for reciprocating compressors and Windrock has Spotlight, which monitors the health of compression equipment.

With the recent partnership and the plethora of technology around him, COMPRESSORTECH2 spoke with Pier Parisi, vice president of business
development, digital, Apergy, on how he views the rapid technological changes in the industry.

How is the new partnership working out between CPI and Windrock?

We are off to a great start. There has been an immediate positive response from several customers, some of whom placed initial orders within weeks of the announced partnership.

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