Landmark releases upstream technology workflow tool
Halliburton’s Landmark Software and Services has released DecisionSpace Desktop software to manage upstream technology workflows.
HOUSTON – Halliburton’s Landmark Software and Services has released DecisionSpace Desktop software to manage upstream technology workflows. It enables distributed, multi-user teams to use a common workspace.
The software suite, built on the OpenWorks project database, eliminates many data management challenges, according to Landmark, and gives seamless access to existing data and applications.
“DecisionSpace Desktop suite customers benefit from two key productivity gains over existing solutions,” said Gene Minnich, vice president of Landmark Software and Services.“The first productivity gain results from the elimination of manual data search and manipulation. The second gain comes from the synergies found as a result of numerous cross-discipline technologies being available in a single application. Users can step through processes quickly, as the system recognizes the interdependencies and suggests intelligent default data. Additionally, the learning curve is reduced dramatically, as users no longer need to learn multiple different application interfaces.”