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Master Data Management simplifies data governance and saves on overhead for an energy company

A major oil and gas producer sought AVIO’s help to share data in a scalable and highly reusable architecture across an array of isolated departmental systems. 

Our Client’s Needs

Each of the seven or eight phases of a well’s life cycle ran on its own back-end system. Because these were unintegrated, with no central repository, information required by multiple systems had to be entered separately in each individual system. Duplicating data entry wasted time and increased the likelihood of errors.

Ensuring data consistency was costing our client hundreds of hours each month. 

They needed a designated system of record into which data could be entered once and from which it would then propagate reliably down to the other systems.

AVIO’s Solution

We used Oracle Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Suite to orchestrate the inter-system data transfer, and we used Oracle Business Process Management (BPM) for surfacing exceptions as needed. Wherever possible we harnessed SOA to automatically resolve exceptions. 

In some cases, due to existing business rules, we surfaced a notification to manually review the error and resolve the issue. By building this type of business rule enforcement into a thorough and reliable process, we ensured consistency, accuracy, and compliance.

How AVIO Helped

Our client has seen a dramatic increase in data quality: a single mdm solution has minimized the likelihood of human error. This increase in data quality, as well the time saved by eliminating redundant data entry, has enabled them to handle their rapid growth without adding personnel.

AVIO helped our client solve their business problem, leaving them more efficient, more compliant, and better positioned for a rapidly changing market. We can help you solve your business problems and accelerate your enterprise too. Contact us today, and take the first step toward a more efficient and effective enterprise through digital evolution. 

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