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Logica, EPIM and OpenText system for sharing joint venture information

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Technology company Logica, together with the Exploration & Production Information Management association (EPIM) of Norway and information management company OpenText, have developed a system for managing data about exploration and production licenses.

Data covered includes exploration permits, production reports and transport licenses.

The data is stored in a cloud computing system, so it can be made available to whoever needs and is authorised to see it.

It has been used since February 2011 by the 38 oil and gas companies which are members of EPIM, all operating on the Norwegian Coastal Shelf. Now it is being made available to the industry globally.

EPIM sees its role as facilitating the best possible flow of information between the partners that operate a joint venture. Joint venture administration can represent an administrative burden with complexity easily spiraling, EPIM says.

EPIM had an information platform previously, but has worked with Logica to upgrade it, and move it to a cloud based service.

The system is based on OpenText's ECM Suite 10 for enterprise content management. It includes role based workflows and directories.

³Our legacy licence management and communications technology had become outdated, expensive and difficult to manage and, we needed systems that could deliver cost reductions and increased services and functionalities," says EPIM's executive director Ove Ryland.

"Logica and its partner OpenText have delivered a secure, efficient and cost-effective solution with predictable costs that can easily be benchmarked."



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