Watch the above video, do you agree to the Ouch'es?
Be a leader
To lead your drilling and well organization you need to acknowledge pain points.
As a drilling manager, no longer is your role to sign out-scanned documents and dive into technical problems your team should have handled without you.
Like many have done, you can tick a digitalization box in your KPI board by moving the files from a network drive to online storage. But that doesn't really add any value, except for the fun the engineers get out of mocking the digitalization initiatives in your company.
Here's what you need to acknowledge
The main pain points you should be handling are:
- you don't use data to document decisions
- you postpone decisions until operations
- you spend most engineering and management time on non-productive work
Our customers take action
Our customers care for their employees and give them valuable tasks. They invest in solving real problems.
They accept the friction needed to progress, instead of hiding under their desks until the noise passes.
And they free up time for better engineering and collaboration.
In fact, our customers say they free up months of engineering hours in every well by automating reporting and making data available.
Are you ready for progress?
Stop making reports
Stop searching for data
Stop making decisions based on assumptions
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