By centralizing information, energy businesses can respond to market dynamics faster and reduce the risk of losing a lease.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) April 24, 2013
At this week’s Houston Association of Professional Landmen Technical Workshop, Entrance President and CEO Nathaniel Richards will share insights from his energy software consulting practice with Houston’s active Landmen community. With over ten years of experience developing strategies for the oil and gas industry, Richards will help Landmen avoid losing leases due to decentralized information technology strategies.
With energy software development experience ranging from oil and gas business intelligence to process automation, Richards is an expert at connecting the field to the workplace. “By centralizing information, energy businesses can respond to market dynamics faster and reduce the risk of losing a lease,” says Richards. Registration for the event on April 25th is ongoing. More information can be found at http://www.hapl.org.
Entrance specializes in strategies and solutions that make complex data management easy. We have seen steady growth over the past 10 years as a niche industry partner to enterprise energy firms. We have become a company of note by finding and keeping the best software minds, encouraging continued training and learning, and understanding dynamic industry needs long before out-of-the-box software products are available. For more information please visit http://www.entrancesoftware.com.