"Indonesia's diverse energy and mining challenges demand flexible and secure management of data assets," said Andy Lane, president, Landmark. "The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources decision to leverage Landmark's data management solutions and operational experience is an indication of the confidence that they have in Landmark as a services provider and in the direction that we are taking the PetroBank data hosting and management services."
"The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, having long recognized that data and information relating to the energy and mineral resources of Indonesia are a vital resource for the country, has developed the grand integrated management strategy for the energy and mineral resources data, which grants efficiency, quick retrieval, accuracy, integrity, security and confidentiality, by establishing a professional National Data Centre (NDC). We believe a National Data Centre will help Indonesia attract more investors to develop the energy and mineral resources sector in this country," said Mr. Simon Sembiring, Head of R & D Agency for Energy and Mineral Resources.
"We are pleased that Indonesia's Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has selected Landmark's PetroBank services to establish its National Data Centre operation," said Murray Roth, executive vice president, Marketing and Systems, Landmark. "The deployment and use of PetroBank will provide an opportunity for oil and gas, and mining specialists in Indonesia to fully leverage the value of information through the implementation of Landmark's best-in-class approach to data management services and technology."
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