Today data sources are still not detailed enough to support competitive decision-making, and that’s what makes Drillinginfo (DI) so innovative: The DI platform offers the most inclusive, accurate, and fastest information available, allowing OFS companies to make informed decisions and drive the best leads — that can turn into opportunities.
With DI, OFS companies can now make rig data useful quickly and easily. Sales managers can work crucial data into an actionable format, provide and implement the right analytical tools, and supplement lead intelligence, so operators don’t get left in the dust.
From permitting and leasing information to rig locations and pricing trends, you’ll find innovative products and solutions from DI to help transform how your team qualifies leads and closes deals. See how Drillinginfo can drive your success by gathering the very latest rig intelligence from a comprehensive, easy-to-use SAS solution.
Budgeting for electricity, securing adequate supplies of it and finding ways to use less of it are all common topics of conversation among data center operators. Ensuring that the power their IT resources rely on is both dependable and clean, sadly, can sometimes be an afterthought.
Published By: BlackLine
Published Date: Jan 25, 2017
Download this whitepaper to learn more about how Continuous Accounting empowers the Office of Finance with real-time intelligence, enabling skilled accountants to spend more time on strategic research and analysis, and become proactive business leaders instead of reactive operators.
Before organizations can address their bot challenges, they need the ability to detect the many types of bots interacting with their websites and web applications on a daily basis. Bots come in many shapes and sizes, ranging from simple scripts to sophisticated automation tools, and continuously evolve over time. As detection technologies improve, so too do the technologies available to bot operators as they update their bots to evade the latest detection mechanisms. When evaluating a bot management solution, organizations should consider its detection technologies and their effectiveness against the current and future bot landscape, while maintaining the lowest possible level of false positives and negatives.
When it comes to scheduling employees, restaurants have a lot of choices. There’s paper, sticky notes, emails and spreadsheets. But as managing labor gets more complex and employees turn more and more to their phones, these old-school methods just aren’t getting the job done.
This puts most restaurant operators in one or two categories: either they’ve already adopted an online scheduling software to manage their workforce, or they know they need to make the switch. This ebook will show you how easy it is to use employee scheduling software and how much time it can save everyone in your organization.
It’s no secret the restaurant industry is highly populated by teenagers. So what are the best tactics to engage your generation z employees while keeping your restaurant compliant with today’s labor laws? Research has found generation z to be very different than their older millennial brothers and sisters, meaning operators need to find a whole new approach to engage them.
In this guide we’ll highlight the engagement and compliance challenges restaurants face with this group of workers. And then we’ll walk you through best practices we’ve seen work using mobile scheduling apps and digital communication tools.
Approximately 75 percent of convenience store operators do not have a program in place to measure employee satisfaction. As a result, 43.8 percent of c-store operators reported their turnover rate for the associate position has risen, according to the 2016 Convenience Store News HR & Labor Study.
Learn more about this and other human capital management issues among c-store operators by downloading this infographic.
Published By: Darktrace
Published Date: Jun 17, 2019
This white paper discusses Darktrace's Industrial Immune System, a fundamental innovation that views data from an Industrial Control System network in real time, and establishes an evolving baseline for what is normal for operators, workstations and automated systems within that environment.