Seven Lakes Launches JOYN 2, the First Pump-by-Exception Mobile App for Oil and Gas Industry

Oilfield workers close last mile connectivity gap with Automated Resource Allocation, Intelligent Task Workflows and Integrated SCADA Data on one platform
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Westlake Village, CA (November 8, 2018) - Seven Lakes Technologies, Inc., a SaaS-based production and capital planning software provider for upstream (E&P) oil and gas companies, today launched JOYN 2 – the first pump by exception mobile app for everyone in the oilfield.

JOYN 2 allows for oil and gas companies to take advantage of existing resources and plan production growth without requiring an increase in operational costs.

JOYN 2 harnesses artificial intelligence, cloud and mobile technologies to enable a fully connected oilfield:

  • Resource to Task Matching Engine connects critical tasks to the most suited resource based on priority, skills and proximity. JOYN 2 assesses work record, job success and location of field workers based on assigned risk matrix, cost, uplift and other user-defined variables to recommend the best match.
  • Intelligent Task Workflow enables unified view of tasks and status for every field worker on their mobile phone.
  • Integration engine links multiple SCADA systems onto one platform and geographically alerts to ensure efficiency and compliance.

JOYN 2 turns every activity into executable tasks for everyone - lease operators, measurement techs, fluid level techs, maintenance techs and all other workers in the oilfield. JOYN 2 creates gamification through job rating, which sharpens the match from self-learning algorithms. The cloud-based platform provides scalability to manage volume and velocity of data, translating terabytes of data into informed action, immediately.
"JOYN 2 gives Uber-like ease in the oilfield, matching the best suited resource to address the most critical task, instantly. We designed JOYN 2 to close the last mile of connectivity in the field and allow workers to pump more by exception," said Shiva Rajagopalan, CEO of Seven Lakes.

About Seven Lakes Technologies

Seven Lakes Technologies is a leading SaaS based production and capital planning software provider for the Upstream (E&P) oil and gas sector; focused on improving business drivers and enhancing execution of customer business strategies. Seven Lakes offers innovative product suites focused on Production, CAPEX and OPEX improvements. Seven Lakes Technologies is headquartered in Los Angeles, and has an office in Bangalore, India. For more information, please visit https://www.sevenlakes.com.

PR Contact:
Sowmya Murthy
Seven Lakes Technologies
805-242-4288
Sowmya.Murthy@sevenlakes.com

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