North East company FNVi has secured a contract to supply the oil and gas sector with its intelligent workflow system.
The deal to supply the workflow management and completion system, signed as part of a non-disclosure agreement, will be used on a major project in the Middle East.
The client has used the ACCORD system to good effect on previous projects which were completed ahead of schedule. Consisting of more than 57,000 tags, 18,000 documents and 140 users, the client’s team and its contractors were able to utilise the speed and ease at which the ACCORD system manages, sorts and shares project data.
Designed to push back the barriers of digitisation within the engineering industry, the system increases cost savings and efficiency by allowing secure access to project information – allowing real time data to be instantly managed, monitored and shared with the relevant people.
“With this latest contract, FNVi continues to establish itself as the leading supplier of this innovative technology, which allows us to strengthen our position within an ever-transforming energy sector," said Danny McGlade, principal director of FNVi. “With ACCORD, FNVi has proved why it is the go-to solution for workflow management and completion systems in sectors which are increasingly looking for improved efficiency and performance.”
“Our clients are experiencing the very real benefits of ACCORD compared with older legacy systems, in terms of increased efficiency, ease of use, manpower cost savings, which, together with FNVI’s transparent pricing, makes it the stand-out system in the market,” said Geoff Morgan, chief innovation director at FNVi.
FNVi, which is a member of business development organisation NOF, was formed in 2014 and employs a wealth of developers and industry experts with global experience. It develops cloud-based software that increases safety, efficiency and quality in every aspect of project management and completions across a range of industries.