Neptune Energy taps TCS to drive cloud-native data and analytics goals




7/29/2021

LONDON and MUMBAI – Tata Consultancy Services has helped Neptune Energy successfully build a cloud-native data and analytics platform, embrace automation to transform its IT operations and accelerate its cloud transformation journey.

Neptune chose TCS as its strategic partner for its transformation journey to become an insights-driven, cloud-first organization. It looked to leverage TCS’ deep contextual knowledge, expertise in the oil and gas domain and vast experience in driving digital transformations to realize these objectives.

TCS used its Machine First™ Delivery Model and expertise in advanced technologies to standardize and automate IT operations, resulting in more user-centric and agile operations, reduced mean time to resolve, and enhanced operational resilience.

Using a source-independent ingestion framework, TCS developed a robust, scalable, and secure cloud-native data and analytics platform for Neptune’s oil and gas operations. The platform delivers data on demand and enables evidence-based decision making, across functions such as health and safety – helping the company measure key KPIs related to the safety of workers and mitigate risks.

Additionally, TCS is helping Neptune accelerate its adoption of cloud technologies as part of its Cloud First strategy, to further enhance business agility and scalability. It has used cloud-native integration services to enable seamless and reliable connectivity across applications and services in eight countries. The cloud transformation journey is enabling Neptune to unlock greater environmental benefits by achieving cardon reduction and supporting its environment social and governance strategy.

“The development of an ecosystem of partnerships with leading organisations that supplement and complement our capabilities is an important component of Neptune Energy’s digital transformation strategy. This aims to enhance the safety and efficiency of our business and reduce environmental impacts, and we are pleased to partner with TCS on our digitalisation journey,” said Kaveh Pourteymour, CIO, Neptune Energy.

Seema Mehra, Business Head, Energy & Resources – UK, Europe and ANZ, TCS, said, “Progressive companies in the energy sector are embarking on multi-horizon cloud transformation journeys to enhance operational resilience, become more insights-driven and increase business agility. We are delighted to partner with Neptune Energy in building a future-proof cloud-based digital core that will serve as a foundation for accelerated innovation and differentiation in their journey towards a sustainable future.” 

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This article was originally posted at www.worldoil.com

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