EDM for Energy delivers streamlined integration with the OSDUTM Data Platform while also supporting your workflow automation and digital transformation objectives today.
EDM for Energy: Alignment with the OSDUTM Technical Standards
The launch of the OSDUTM Data Platform is an important step in the upstream industry’s efforts to increase interoperability and achieve true digital transformation by eliminating data and technology silos. It is an initiative that we are supporting through EDM for Energy, our workflow automation and data management platform.
Upstream organizations of all types and sizes (from majors and NOCs to independents) use EDM today to democratize data that comes from disparate sources; translate it into a common form; apply data quality checks; and create master records that can be used in all of their consuming systems and processes. EDM synchronizes data updates across diverse applications at the project level, ensuring all users are working from the same data. E&P operators realize significant benefits by using EDM to catalogue and deduplicate logs, seismic and other data.
We are now also providing EDM workflows to align with the emerging requirements of the OSDUTM Technical Standards and, by leveraging the published APIs, we are ready to support upstream companies as the OSDUTM Data Platform moves into implementation. EDM’s flexible design and mature approach to data management offer significant benefits for those planning to adopt the OSDUTM Data Platform.
EDM is data-type-agnostic and data-model-agnostic. As a result, operators can quickly leverage the OSDUTM Data Platform without the need to undertake complex, time-consuming data manipulation work.
By using EDM, upstream companies can avoid disruption when new data types are added or as data models evolve within the OSDUTM Data Platform. As a low-code / no-code environment, EDM can adapt seamlessly to such changes through simple configuration - eliminating the need for traditional coding.
EDM is a well-established and feature-rich solution which is widely used to solve a range of complex workflow automation and data management challenges. It can help organizations achieve their digital transformation and interoperability goals today while adoption of the OSDUTM Data Platform continues to accelerate.
EDM is available as a managed service hosted on the cloud. This enables operators to reduce implementation times, future-proof their operations and outsource many human resource-intensive tasks.
Mr. Amery heads the rapidly growing EDM for Energy business with operations in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Prior to joining IHS Markit, he held sales management roles at energy and commodity technology firms including Triple Point Technology, Updata and Trayport where he was responsible for client growth and launching new products and services. Before this, he founded his own technology and media company following work at JP Morgan and Schroders Investment Management.
Since 2018 Ms. Sutter has supported the expansion of our workflow automation platform, EDM, into the energy industry.Ms. Sutter brings over 30 years of petroleum industry software product, training, and consulting experience to EDM. She is focused on helping the EDM team solve customer business problems through technology and data governance best practices.
Mr. Chelinsky is Head of Product for EDM for Energy, our workflow automation offering for the energy industry. He is a business leader and innovator focused on building great teams that create great products, which solve problems for customers. He has diverse experience in petroleum engineering, working in QRI and overlooking field development projects in Colombia, Peru and Mexico. Mr. Chelinsky was also a product manager overlooking a multimillion-dollar software portfolio at Schlumberger.Passionate about teaching and mentoring, he conducts a one-day production engineering class for the students of the University of Oklahoma every semester. Mr. Chelinsky holds a Bachelors in Chemical Engineering from BITS, Pilani, and Masters in Petroleum Engineering at the University of Tulsa. He is currently pursuing his professional MBA at the Kellogg school of Management, Northwestern University.
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