Powering System Retirement
in the Oil & Gas Sector
Retiring legacy systems doesn’t have to be hard – no matter how vast and complex your IT landscape.
JiVS IMP is helping Energy Transfer and Baker Hughes to keep it simple, retiring numerous systems in record time – and generating millions in savings.
Register today to find out how.
July 15, 2021, 11 AM EST
If data is the new oil, energy companies are sitting on a wealth of untapped value. But not all of this data fuels your business. With decades of information buried deep in legacy systems – maybe Systems and Applications that had been inherited based on Mergers & Acquisitions activities – digital transformation can seem like a far-off goal. And for many companies, the cost and risk of decommissioning is a road too far. Sound familiar? Then this webinar is for you.
We’ll show you a simpler way to rid your business of outdated systems – at low cost and zero risk. With the JiVS Information Management Platform (JiVS IMP), it’s easier than you think. JiVS IMP helped Energy Transfer retire over 100 systems in under two years; saving millions in US dollars. It’s a similar story at Baker Hughes. And both companies now benefit from 100% data security, accessibility and compliance.
Your host for the webinar will be our very own Jean-Marc Pestoni, an expert in application retirement. He’ll explain our unique approach to system retirement – separating the data that tells the story of your business (historical data) from the data that keeps it running today (operational data). This massively reduces the data burden on your business, enhances data quality – and dramatically reduces costs.
Digital transformation begins where your legacy systems end. Start your journey here and register for our webinar today. To get a head start on the conversation, send your questions in advance to: email@example.com.
We are looking forward to your participation!
Business Development Executive
Data Migration International
Jean-Marc has extensive national and international experience in management, sales and consulting, as well as SAP project and program management. He has led major cross-functional and interdisciplinary reorganization and transformation projects within banking, insurance, manufacturing, and consumer goods and services. His educational background spans economics and business administration, and he holds an MBA in organizational behavior.