With valuable institutional and experiential knowledge being lost daily by retiring and experienced workers, the oil field industry is facing a gap in its workforce experience.
Couple that with the advent and importance of the Digital Oilfield, and you have an industry that is trying to regain its footing in the marketplace among sliding consumer and manufacturer confidence.
To speak to these issues, Digital Intelligence Systems, LLC (DISYS) has published a new whitepaper entitled, "Bridging the Gap: The Digital Oilfield & Its Data."
“Understanding what is happening in the market of one of our most valuable resources is extremely important,” said Ashish Srivastava, VP of DISYS’ Energy services group. “We want the Oil and Gas industry to know DISYS understands their concerns and is solving their critical problems every single day.”
In "Bridging the Gap: The Digital Oilfield & Its Data," DISYS details the importance of the efficient production of oil & gas and the constant need to find new sources of the resources in order for the industry to meet growing demand.
The whitepaper also discusses the Digital Oilfield - what it is, the data it collects, its pitfalls and why a fully functional digital oilfield is imperative to the industry’s ability to meet supply and demand as well as secure future growth and success.
The Paper discusses how oil and gas companies must capture and manage more data than ever before – and how that information is being churned out at an ever-increasing velocity that must be supported by innovative, robust data management solutions.
“It is no secret how vital the digital oilfield and its efficient adoption is to the continued growth of the oil and gas industry,” said Ragan Shawell, DISYS Managing Director. “The primary issue most organizations are trying to overcome is the huge amounts of data it (the digital oilfield) produces and how to sift through it in a way that enables quick decision making.”
"Great Crew Change" is also touched upon in the whitepaper and outlines how some organizations are bridging the knowledge gap currently creating by an aging workforce in the Energy industry.
“Some experts have estimated more than 230,000 cumulative years of knowledge and experience will be walking out the doors of major oil and gas companies in the next 10 years due to retirement,” said Shawell. “Solving for increased production and growth with all of that experience retiring is paramount to success and survival of the industry.”
This whitepaper, as well as others previously released in coming months, are a core part of DISYS’ “Accelerating Productivity” initiative which focuses on leveraging key expertise to deliver tangible, innovative solutions to address a client’s most urgent business needs.
For more information about how DISYS is helping its clients in key industries “Accelerate Productivity,” visit the Industries Tab on http://www.disys.com/disys-launches-accelerating-productivity-to-deliver-top-value-and-efficiency-to-key-vertical-markets/
About Digital Intelligence Systems, LLC (DISYS)
Digital Intelligence Systems, LLC (DISYS) is a global managed services and staffing firm with 33 offices worldwide specializing in Managed Staffing Services, Agile Services, Application Development Services, Business Intelligence Services, Cloud Enablement Services, and Enterprise Resource Planning. DISYS’ vision is to be a global business partner, delivering the highest quality and most consistent services at the best value to clients worldwide. For more information about DISYS, visit http://disys.com.
Sandra Schwartzman, 301-230-0045 x 100