xRM for Oil and Gas
Service Type:Consulting, Professional Service
Business Need:Customer Service, CRM
Works With:Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0
xRM is a Relationship Management system that will assist companies in the Oil & Gas industry in areas such as Planning & Operations, Industry Relationships and Stakeholder Relations. It provides an easy to use system that allows quick analysis and tracking of people and activities that enables users to maintain a holistic view of their company within the industry.
xRM works within Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Office to ensure ease of use, access and effective reporting. Ideaca's xRM solution is available as an On-Premise application installed on a company’s network or via a SaaS (software-as-a-service) model that is hosted online.
-Automatic licensing process including email notifications, dashboards and historical records
-Enhance managements’ understanding of the relationships between the various Business Associates, Projects, Facilities, Wells, Pipelines and Stakeholders
-Effectively capture information around Stakeholders, track Objections through to corresponding Commitments and Expenditures. Connect these to specific Projects or the other various areas of operations
-Improve knowledge and understanding of stakeholders requirements and build stronger relationships
-Enable companies to effectively manage and track Commitments to Stakeholders and expenditures related to Objections, Social Responsibility & Corporate Citizenship
-Better management of government regulation through reminders, email notifications and quick visibility to license information
-Increased understanding and visibility into the industry and competitive landscape through utilizing connections, history of interactions and easy to understand dashboards
-Instant access whether you are online or offline to important information whether you are working in the office, in the field or on-site
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xRM for Oil and Gas has not been reviewed by any customers.
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