Cloud services and managed IT are a great match for enterprises in the energy and mining industries as they allow agile delivery of resources and free up personnel to focus on other complex tasks.
Collaborative applications and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software like SAP or Oracle enable complete management of employees, logistics, sales and customer information. With operations spanning the globe and opportunities for data harvesting increasing every day, more efficient operations can be developed with the help of Infrastructure as a Service and big data analysis.
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Companies are tracking their data from every aspect of their operations: provisioning to field operations to shipping to sales. This information helps streamline operations, but it generates vast amounts of data including 3D and 4D modeling and preventive maintenance processes, leading to increased storage and virtualization requirements.
Efficiency is the name of the game when it comes to energy and mining. Companies must constantly examine their production or refining operations through well-organized maintenance, operations, and management. New locations require quick scaling, easily implemented IT systems and collaboration software to get up to speed.
Monitoring real-time data allows energy and mining companies to minimize equipment damage and failure by anticipating maintenance, as well as track shipments and watch employee productivity. The entire enterprise needs access to various data on-demand, creating a need for agile IT infrastructure.
C-level employees need to be able to work all the way down the ranks, with insight into day-to-day operations. Integrated platforms allow applications at the top and bottom to communicate. Open, standardized platforms and architecture are the answer, allowing collaboration throughout the enterprise and even externally to suppliers and customers.