Lunch Seminar: Best practices for bringing disconnected information assets together into one place
The proliferation of data coming from remote locations, a geographically dispersed workforce, telemetry sensors, and third party vendors is causing major headaches for upstream oil and gas. With the drop in oil prices, budgets have been slashed, and in every part of your organization, employees are seeking to improve operational efficiency, performance, and profitability.
Better access to information means drilling faster and better with fewer resources, but for many upstream companies, there are barriers preventing the easy flow of information between departments.
SharePoint provides the basic building blocks for enabling the flow of information for an upstream oil & gas company. We invite you to join us as we demonstrate 5 ways that you should be using the SharePoint platform to improve the flow of information within your organization.
SharePoint expert and Entrance practice lead, Carol Donnelly, will provide real world examples of how our upstream clients use SharePoint to:
- Increase operational efficiency and overall productivity by fitting SharePoint to business processes
- Automate tedious tasks with forms, workflows, and lists
- Surface the most critical information through upstream dashboards
- Save time and improve collaboration through better document management
- Encourage user adoption and drive corporate identity through custom branding
Join us for lunch to explore how SharePoint can help you grow better, faster.
Where: III Forks Restaurant in downtown Houston, 1201 San Jacinto Street, Houston, TX 77002 [get directions]
Date: Thursday, January 22, 2015
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
VALET PARKING IS COMPLEMENTARY FOR ALL LUNCHEON ATTENDEES
About Carol Donnelly:
Carol has close to a decade of experience leveraging SharePoint to create enterprise content management, collaboration, and business process automation solutions that meet business needs. She has helped oil and gas clients address challenges related to contract and records management, contract and AFE approval workflow, lease digitization, and offshore extranets.
In addition to her hands on experience with complex SharePoint projects in oil and gas, Carol helped build Entrance’s SharePoint consulting practice and manages a highly sought after team of SharePoint professionals.
Entrance designs and builds insightful software solutions that unlock the value of information assets. We provide business and software consulting services to the entire energy value chain to connect decision makers with actionable information.The exponential growth of data production in both conventional and unconventional assets necessitates new approaches to how people filter and consume information to make the best decisions. Our intelligent systems engineering approach, oil and gas industry expertise, and ability to execute create value and mitigate risks for our clients.
We believe that information is an oil and gas firm’s largest untapped resource. There is no one size fits all solution, so Entrance always starts projects by examining a specific client’s needs and then utilizing the technology that meets that need best