Oil & Gas Mobility Summit Houston

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May 26, 2015 02:00 PM to
May 28, 2015 05:00 PM


In a recent survey of CIOs in the hydrocarbons industry, conducted by Oil and Gas IQ, 89% of respondents felt that mobility has the potential to revolutionize the operational environment. The benefits can be seen both within field operations and across the rest of the enterprise, however with softening oil prices, IT leaders are coming under increasing pressure to obtain the highest ROI from their mobility strategy. With this in mind, the 4th Annual Oil and Gas Mobility Summit will be returning to Houston, May 26-28, 2015, to bring together senior industry experts from across the globe, to share their expertize and real life case studies that will demonstrate the latest advancements in technology and methods of getting the most out of your mobility strategy. Key topics to be addressed over the course of the event include: . Customizing and deploying mobile applications across various parts of the enterprise . Best practice methods for change management and mobility acceptance . Ensuring the highest ROI at a time of softened oil practice - how can you make the most out of your budget and current infrastructure? . Managing connectivity issues when providing access to real time data in the field . Smartphone vs. ruggedized devices: Which technology is most suitable for who? . Enhancing the integrated operations of the digital oilfield . Connecting remote workers and streamlining workflow For the full speaker and session line up call +44 (0)20 7036 1300.

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IQPC, Houston, Texas, USA
+44 (0) 20-7036-1300
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