TULSA, Okla., May 9, 2019 – Oil and gas companies have heard the “digital transformation” mandate: Transform your business by embracing the digital advances, or risk falling further and further behind your competitors. But for a large number of operators, the issue is how do we create and then execute a digital strategy?
This question will be discussed by Stonebridge Consulting’s Chevy Thomason in his presentation “Are We There Yet: A Practical Journey Towards Business Transformation” at the 2019 Oklahoma City Petroleum Data Workshop. The one-day workshop, sponsored by the Professional Petroleum Data Management Association (PPDM), takes place Tuesday, May 14 at Chesapeake Energy.
Thomason will offer workshop attendees with a framework for creating and executing a digital strategy. Digital transformation—i.e., the expanding use of digital technology to solve traditional business problems—is rightly described as a journey, and not a destination. Thomason’s presentation will focus on how a properly considered digital strategy involves all aspects of the organizational ecosystem: people, culture, processes, data and technology.
Chevy Thomason is a principal consultant at Stonebridge. Thomason has over 15 years of experience in the oil and gas data management. In his current role, he specializes in developing data management strategies and plans to help companies transform their operations using digital technologies.
About Stonebridge Consulting, LLC
Stonebridge Consulting provides business advisory and technology services for next-gen oil and gas. We serve the oil and gas industry exclusively. Our industry expertise, proven methodologies, and extensive project IP and solution accelerators enable us to deliver projects faster, generating measurable improvements in operational efficiency and saving project time and costs by as much as 50 percent. More information about Stonebridge is available at www.sbconsulting.com.
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