Unveiled at the ESRI PUG, IHS Energy’s new Enerdeq data delivery system offers web services-based access to the company’s information services. Enerdeq provides a single view across all of IHS Energy’s data sets and ‘accelerates the data-to-decision cycle through a variety of access methods.’
Enerdeq, which evolved from a previous Arc IMS-based ‘Lonetree’ project initiative, uses the emerging W3C web services architecture including XML/SOAP (see our report from the ESRI PUG on pages 6&7 of this issue). The Enerdeq web browser uses a map interface, text-based query, or a combination of both to produce listings, create reports or graphs or export data.
IHS goes public
Last month, IHS Energy’s parent company, Information Handling Services of Englewood, CO filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission relating an initial public offering (IPO) of ‘up to’ $350 million of its Class A common stock. The shares are being offered by IHS and certain of its stockholders. The IPO is being managed by Goldman Sachs and Citibank.
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