Scottish software company Pisys has secured a deal with international service contractor PSN to provide systems designed to help manage complex oil and gas projects.
The Action Tracking Management Systems (ATMS), developed by Aberdeen-based Pisys, will be deployed by PSN on various projects in the North Sea and abroad.
The two systems provided to PSN allow the contractor to manage proactively the diverse and interlinked actions generated by an individual project. The deal is worth a five-figure sum over the length of the contract.
"ATMS provides a technology-led means of running a project that may present many logistical challenges — possibly involving multiple organizations or locations, and requiring high security levels," said Pisys Managing Director Peter Henderson.
The web-enabled ATMS has been established to allow project teams worldwide to create and manage complex actions and associated documents effectively. It can be applied to any process, including hazard and operability analysis, hazard identification, value assurance, technical assurance and project delivery assurance.
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