Enterprise has renewed its upstream software contract with Landmark for a second five year period. The renewed agreement provides Enterprise with unlimited global access to Landmark’s suite of geological, geophysical, engineering and drilling applications, and is combined with an enlarged technical support and consulting package.
Enterprise has committed to worldwide deployment of on-site support consultants, as well as a significant technical training and mentoring program. The new deal is based on what is described as an “innovative business model that sets a new standard in client-provider relationships.”
Enterprise is a long time Landmark client, buying one of the first three interpretation systems produced in 1985. Enterprise was also closely involved in the development of Landmark’s Open Explorer data management system. Enterprise exploration director Andrew Armour said “Enterprise has long recognized the value to be gained from leveraging technology Through access to this range of software and permanent on-site support for our users, we anticipate being able to extract yet more relevant information from our E&P data.”
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