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Improving decision making with subsurface data

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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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Effectively manage the explosion in data that is happening within your company
Greg Stephens
Landmark Software and Services (Halliburton)


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Talk Description
Co-presented with Alessandra Lattarulo, Technical Sales Consultant, Landmark

The need to effectively manage the increasing volume and type of data and efficiently deliver it to the end user is a continuing challenge for data managers.

At the heart of Landmark’s DecisionSpace solution and the foundation for efficient decision making is the industry’s most trusted project data management technology, OpenWorks.

OpenWorks provides true multi-user data management thereby enabling your teams to work collaboratively - not in isolation.

The next generation R5000 version of OpenWorks is a technology leap forward, ensuring the most accurate data has been used for interpretations and analysis. Sharing data across a team reduces the total cost of ownership and eliminates the data management burden on the individual interpreter

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