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Entrance Demonstrates How to Frac Your Data at Microsoft Global Energy Forum

Showcasing Custom Software Solutions

Entrance is a proud sponsor of the annual Microsoft Global Energy Forum, to take place on February 20th in Houston at the George R. Brown Convention Center. Now in its 11th year, this prestigious technology-focused energy industry event welcomes business leaders from both the Business Operations and Information Technology arenas.

As a long-standing Gold Microsoft Partner, Entrance will showcase custom software solutions for oil and gas. The SharePoint enterprise content management company, KnowledgeLake, will be joining as a co-sponsor to share how upstream companies can leverage digitization solutions.

Actionable Insight for the Field

Attendees of the Global Energy Forum can stop by booth number 116 to learn more about:

  • Business Intelligence and Data Management: Tying together disparate databases to reveal actionable insight for the field
  • SharePoint and KnowledgeLake: Instant, searchable, digitized access to any paper assets
  • Business Process Automation: Reduce overall lifting costs by automating data from the field

Entrance president, Nate Richards, commented on the upcoming event, “Information is the next unconventional play for oil and gas,” said Entrance president Nate Richards. “Decision makers need to be able to frac their data across departments to access intelligence that is readily available and accurate. This is the key to driving up production and pushing down costs for the successful producer.”

The Move Towards Digitization

Now more than ever, the oil and gas industry is grappling with an overwhelming amount of unstructured paper data and paper. Entrance and KnowledgeLake have partnered for the Global Energy Forum to showcase a digitization and well management solution based in SharePoint for land and well files that will help drive true competitive advantage.

“We are excited to partner with Entrance Software to provide the next generation of Energy Information Management solutions based on Microsoft SharePoint.  By leveraging SharePoint to manage unstructured content and structured data, we are able to provide upstream customers with real time actionable information for Well File, Land and corporate records groups that was only before possible with multiple point solutions,” said Vice President of Engineering at KnowledgeLake, Ben Vierck.

Visit the team on February 20th for a demo, or to pick up a copy of the first annual Outlook on Energy.

For more, check out our presentation that explains how your company can frac your data to avoid lease jeopardy. Or find out more about the Microsoft Global Energy Forum.

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