Tigress bags GeoBrowse

UK-based upstream software house adds generic, GIS-based data browser to its Tigress database and interpretation suite.

UK-based upstream software house Tigress Limited has acquired GeoBrowse from Integrated Solutions Australasia (ISA). GeoBrowse combines a desktop GIS with generic database query technology. GeoBrowse runs on Windows XP/2000 and offers rapid comparison of data stored in disparate databases including Landmark, Schlumberger, SMT, GeoPlus and IHS Energy. The acquisition is part of Tigress’s strategic move into E&P data management—complementing its ‘signature’ Tigress database and interpretation suite.


Tigress’s MD David Sullivan said, ‘This acquisition enhances our position as the supplier of the world’s most integrated E&P data management system. With the Tigress database, the TIES data exchange and QC system, and our integrated interpretation suite, we have the best tools in the industry.’


Tigress will be marketing GeoBrwose in the US through Houston-based Seisquest Data Management. Seisquest consultants are certified in data management implementations such as IBM Tivoli, Veritas NetBackup and EMC˛ Legato. A further relationship with Sigma Solutions extends support to ADIC and StorageTek tape libraries.

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