- Meet the operational reporting needs of rig site and office users with robust and easy to use information tools
- Assess the requirements of our customers and provide state-of-the-art information technologies to advance the value and effectiveness of our applications
- Provide world class support to ensure our customers gain the maximum benefits from our applications
- Protect our customer’s investment in their legacy data through the use of data migration tools for seamless upgrades and new releases
Infostat Systems, Inc. has over 30 years of experience in providing rig-to-office drilling information solutions. Key personnel have extensive experience in the IT sector including time spent working at well sites. This has afforded us a unique insight to the working environment of personnel at the rig which is reflected in the robustness, reliability and ease of use features of our software.
The RIMBase application was released in 1995 as a user friendly and robust daily reporting application for well operating companies. We have continued to refine and upgrade this product which is now in its seventh major iteration. Additions include plug-in modules to streamline the daily report distribution process and the Insights Data Analytics tool designed to analyze key aspects of well performance such as KPI’s and downtime across selected groups of wells.
The RIMDrill application was released in 2000 and targets the information requirements of the drilling contractor community. Our initial focus was on operational and personnel daily reporting. Over time, the development emphasis evolved to create analytical tools to leverage the value of this data. Initially, these included tools to track key rig performance indicators – drilling KPI’s – to assist companies to better assess and compare performance of individual rigs within their fleets. More recently, we broadened the scope of RIMDrill to include tools to analyze rig downtime, including the relationships to equipment performance, rig utilization and the automated tracking of contractual billing information. Current development explores areas such as sharing RIMDrill data with other approved entities at both the rig and in the office and integration of this information with related enterprise information systems.
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