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Digital Oil, Gas & Chemicals
Your digital transformation starts here
Innovation is ingrained in the oil, gas & chemicals industry's DNA, as evidenced by its long history of technological and engineering advances. Today, the deep integration of technologies has caused digitization in the oil, gas & chemicals industry, enabling companies to produce more oil faster, safer, and at a lower cost. Embracing this digital transformation in oil, gas & chemicals provides a multi-billion-dollar opportunity to improve organizational performance and results.
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Deloitte and Siemens
In this keynote from the Siemens Energy & Process Digital Strategy E-Summit, Nate Clark, Deloitte principal, discusses digital transformation in the energy industry and how digital is playing a key role in the transition to the post pandemic “new normal”.
Deloitte and Coupa
Watch as Coupa and Deloitte take a closer look at how business spend management unlocks value for oil and gas companies in our webinar, How Business Spend Management Unlocks Value for Oil & Gas Companies
Driving the digital oil, gas & chemicals organization
Becoming a digital oil, gas & chemicals organization means more than adopting the latest technologies—it requires shifting the way a business operates. A digital enterprise can continuously redefine what it offers, how it delivers, and how it operates, by adopting and leveraging:
Exponential technologies such as blockchain, robotic process automation (RPA), the internet of things (IoT), in-memory computing, analytics and cognitive, and augmented reality and wearables to revolutionize business processes.
A digital mindset when engaging in strategic planning, budget allocations, process improvement, employee development, mergers and acquisitions, and other partnering activities.
Constant experimentation and iteration
Constant experimentation and iteration to foster innovation, which typically occurs in unproven and unknown domains.