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The success of any onshore oilfield service operation is dependent upon effective management of the countless moving pieces involved in the enterprise. IFS enterprise software solutions provide the management, tracking and reporting capabilities needed to keep your onshore oilfield service company functioning at peak performance.
By nature, the oilfield service industry is heavily reliant on key equipment, or assets. Conducting meticulous maintenance to protect mission-critical equipment such as drilling rigs, trucks or heavy machinery is the only way to avoid the costs of downtime or the premature replacement of the asset. IFS solutions provide the power you need to manage key assets from cradle to the grave and ensure uninterrupted operations.
Optimal performance of field repair and maintenance services requires management of a variety of details. Technician schedules, part availability and customer requests, all must be managed to ensure the effectiveness of your field service operations. IFS solutions boast extensive capabilities, including mobile scheduling, GPS monitoring and resource tracking, make it the industry leading solution for oil and gas field service operations.
Managing the financial aspects of onshore oilfield service operations is a challenge for any size business. Recording completed projects for invoicing purposes, tracking parts purchases and managing incoming payments are all crucial processes to ensure the financial health of your purchases. IFS solutions offer integrated financial and project management capabilities designed to streamline these processes and reduce the potential for monetary losses resulting from subpar record keeping.
In this whitepaper, we will discuss three frequently cited problems faced by oilfield service companies and how they may be addressed by enterprise service management (ESM) software for field service management (FSM), enterprise asset management (EAM) and depot repair.
Kenny Ingram, Global Industry Director for Construction, Engineering and Infrastructure at IFS, discusses the Future of Construction in the Times Raconteur.