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Optimising the supply chain and logistics

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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

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What becomes possible when you move you spares data from spreadsheets to the cloud

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David Stroud
Sparesfinder


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Talk Description
Many oil and gas capital projects are still gathering SPIR data on complex spreadsheets and using these to manage the setting of spares levels for new equipment.

By moving the management of your spares data onto the cloud (with a system such as sparesFinder’s “Spearhead”), asset owners, EPCs and suppliers can collaborate much more easily, improving efficiency and reducing risk. You can integrate the system with other business applications (such as ERP) and the benefits are applicable both to greenfield and brownfield projects.
http://www.sparesfinder.com/Products/Spearhead/Overview.aspx

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