From upstream to midstream to downstream operations, oil and gas companies often house multiple facilities across hundreds of acres of land, making the idea of not only standardizing but digitizing processes seem difficult. Frontline workers are far out in different areas of the plants, sometimes away from any wireless connection, making it difficult to communicate work instructions, SOPs, and other task management requirements. Fortunately, Webalo enables oil and gas companies to transform their entire end-to-end process by providing a wide range of key capabilities all seamlessly tied together into a single platform.
From Upstream to Midstream to Downstream: How Oil and Gas Companies Are Revolutionizing Their Workplace with Webalo
With the ongoing crisis of the Covid-19 pandemic, Webalo's Connected Digital Distancing™ technology enables frontline workers with real-time, actionable access to data on their mobile devices from anywhere, so they can be safe and informed in their work environments.
Webalo’s Connected Digital Distancing™ technology is connected worker technology which allows for social distancing requirements to be met as frontline workers adjust to the implementation of new operating procedures. Gartner’s research suggests that, despite extreme challenges, the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic is an opportunity for organizations to create a strategic plan for the future, where IT and business operations team up to work collaboratively so organizations can successfully navigate the accelerating pace of innovation. Webalo’s Connected Digital Distancing™ technology digitally integrates the workforce, with the business processes and the core operational systems and infrastructure to ensure that companies can maintain real-time operational integrity across all areas of business operations.
On September 10, 2001, I became a founder of my third software company. The next day, as I came to learn that the world had changed forever, I experienced one of the key lessons that many founders learn on their journey to build a new venture—despite what you think you know, there always comes a moment when you realize you know very little.