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Datum360 forms partnerships with EDMS Consultants and Horizon 3 Sdn Bhd

Thursday, September 24, 2015

A Teesside-based engineering information management business has expanded following two major partnerships with leading data management solutions companies in only a matter of weeks.

Datum360 has announced its new partners - Malaysian based companies EDMS Consultants Sdn Bhd and Horizon 3 Sdn Bhd - as part of its expansion plans to grow the business further in the Asia Pacific region.

The partnerships will enable sustainable growth with the Malaysian companies providing Datum360's advanced engineering management solutions to oil and gas players on a localised level.

Speaking about the partnership, Steve Wilson, CEO and Co-founder of Datum360 said: 'This provides an excellent opportunity for our new partners to significantly expand their services by offering its clients our software as a service - which is proven to deliver fast, accurate and reliable engineering information.

'The failure for companies to implement such a robust system to Datum360's unique standards can lead to major problems for asset intensive programmes. We are enabling EDMS Consultants and Horizon 3 to provide our software adding value to their already comprehensive services allowing oil and gas owner operators in Malaysia to significantly reduce costs and increase operational efficiency.'

The growing Malaysian companies have both gained an impressive reputation in the industry for providing comprehensive asset integrity and content management solutions and services that have dramatically improved business processes whilst also managing risks for clients they work closely with.

Through partnering with companies of EDMS and Horizon 3's calibre, Datum360 now has a platform to offer its advanced data management solutions through highly reputable providers.

Steve added: 'We are delighted to be partnering with companies who, through their wealth of experience, combined with a proven track record has made them key players in the industry.

'Both companies have an in-depth understanding of Datum360's offering and the benefits of our leading software. Speed, reliability and accuracy of engineering information for asset intensive programmes is of great importance to all partners who champion our software and who place a key focus on delivering engineering information as it should be.'

Datum360 reported a turnover of £1.8m this year with a 190% increase in the last three years in terms of its compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for SaaS subscriptions. The business is set to continue expanding in the next year and the company believes a growing proportion of business will be driven from sales in both Asia Pacific and the Americas.

The company has recently introduced an upgrade - called Version 3 - to its suite of software. The advancement allows clients to easily manage engineering change of data, documents and models which is a critical component of maintaining operational assets and to do so with integrity.

Datum360 was established in 2009 and now employs over 20 staff. Headquartered in Middlesbrough, the company has offices all over the globe including Kuala Lumpur, Aberdeen, London and Houston. The company has delivered class libraries to four of the six Supermajor oil companies with an extensive client portfolio including Maersk Oil, Chevron and GDF Suez.

EDMS Consultants has built a strong reputation specialising in providing services ranging from risk and content life cycle management, asset management and maintenance right through to engineering information solutions and services. They boast a prestigious portfolio of clients including Petronas, Sime Darby, Premier Oil and Amec.

Horizon 3 also has an impressive client base in Malaysia further partnering with companies such as GLOCS and Pedago.

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