Oil & gas company automates land management to see over $85,500 a year in savings
Business process reengineering helped oil & gas company move from paper to digital documents and make better data-based decisions.
The biggest benefit of digitizing a process is the improved audit trail. For us it's really important to have document retention, so to have them all centralized in one place has allowed us to make decisions we didn't even know that we were going to have questions about. Director, Information Services
The international oil & gas exploration and production company sparked an initiative to digitally transform their land management application, which helps manage their sites. The organization was saturated in paper documents and rules by stringent legislation, so they wanted to make the business more transparent and efficient.
They set about re-engineering business processes to eliminate paper documents wherever possible. By uniting data sources, they created a centralized collaboration portal for document sharing and improved decision making. This led to an annual saving of over $85,500 per year.
Use Business Process Reengineering to make the organization more transparent
Enable process automation across the business to digitize paper-based processes
Improve decision making to increase speed and efficiency of approvals
Ensure compliance of processes across the organization
Cement change management by encouraging adoption across the organization
Increased frequency of land approvals saved $85,500 per year
Eliminated duplication efforts with business process reengineering
Improved decision-making process with centralized collaboration portal
Delivered compliant way of working, including improved audit trail
Document retention as a result of digitizing their system
Change management program used to promote process-driven way of thinking