Eliminate Productivity Crushing Content Silos
Content silos are widespread in the energy industry and it's crushing productivity and driving up costs and risk. Considerable content is captured at each step of the well lifecycle. In many cases, that content is locked away in an application that's accessed by a limited number of users, essentially hidden from others who may need access over time. That issue is compounded by each application having its own version of metadata associated to the well making finding that content difficult if not impossible for many users to locate.
Solve the Problems of Findability
If you're like most energy companies, your users are impacted by one or all of the issues below. At KEENIM, we focus on eliminating the issues of findability.
- Users know where the content is, but do not have access due to security or license issues
- Users who have access, but don't know where the content resides, or where to look
- Users know where the content resides and have access, but search functionality is insufficient
The Digital Oilfield of Content
- A secure, single point of access to all asset content
- Well Files across departments
- Land Records
- Dynamically integrated with asset master data (Agreements, Wells, etc.) where changes to the master data are automatically translated to the content ensuring findability
- Asset-focused search leveraging standard classification / taxonomies for findability
- Leverage your existing Microsoft Office 365 / SharePoint content repositories
- Facilitate the incorporation of new assets
- Eliminate the use of risky and inefficient fileshares
- Compliance with Federal / State / Province regulatory requirements (records retention)
Eliminate Stale Information
If you want to be able to find asset-related content, not just 10 months from now, but also 10 years from now, Dynamic Asset Information Management (DAIM) is the answer. DAIM leverages master data and other sources including Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) linked dynamically to content stored in the SharePoint / Office 365. If information related to the asset changes in the source system, the change is automatically translated to the content system, and leveraged by the search interface to ensure that users can find it. The original source information is also captured to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements. Without DAIM, information in the content system becomes stale over time making it difficult or impossible for users to find what they need, leading to losses in productivity and increased risk to the organization.
Read the White Paper on how DAIM can help your company drive efficiency and reduce risk around long-lived assets such as wells or pipelines.
Read the Case Study on well master integration benefits for upstream energy companies.
Watch our Recorded Webinar.