Microsoft joins Energistics not-for-profit consortium

Microsoft has joined Energistics, a global, not-for-profit consortium to facilitate exploration and production (E&P) information sharing and business process integration.

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REDMOND, Washington, and LONDON -- Microsoft has joined Energistics, a global, not-for-profit consortium to facilitate exploration and production (E&P) information sharing and business process integration.

“We are pleased to have Microsoft on board to help us to deliver the reference implementation for our standards,” says Randy Clark, president and CEO of Energistics. “As a body that facilitates an inclusive user community for collaborative technologies, we are keen to draw on Microsoft’s experience in the industry to help facilitate the development and deployment of open data exchange standards in addressing information challenges.”

11/10/2009

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