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Can Mobile Apps Improve Field Services in the Energy Industry?

Hear leaders at Devon Energy and Ensign Energy Services share their strategy and perspective on mobile applications during a free lunch event in Calgary on May 7th. Get details and reserve your spot today – Click HERE

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There’s no denying that mobile devices – whether in a pocket, on a wrist or embedded into glasses – are transforming the way people communicate, shop and live.  According to the International Telecommunications Union, there are currently more mobile-connected devices than people on earth.

Companies are rapidly trying to understand how to manage both the risks and rewards of adopting mobile for their employees and customers. In the energy sector, there is a rapid increase of mobile application adoption in field services to improve communication, productivity and visibility into operations. Mobile innovation presents an opportunity to accelerate competitive advantage, however there are significant business process and governance decisions to consider.

To help answer some of the key questions, SAP, NetMotion Wireless, and ConvergentIS are hosting a four-part event series in Calgary on mobility in the workplace to share best practices and educate business leaders on how to develop an end-to-end enterprise mobile strategy.

Event 2 in the series entitled, ‘Mobile Applications: Productivity, Integration and Design,’ will feature business executives from two leading oil and gas companies:

Bryan Sherlock, Sr. Manager, Data and Application Services, Devon Energy
Randy Mutch, VP, Strategic Wellsite Technology, Ensign Energy Services

The event takes place on May 7th from 11:30 – 2:00 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Calgary.

More information and an opportunity to register can be found on the events page –  Click HERE

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