New Event for International Refinery Sector in Hamburg
Implico to show cutting-edge loading solutions at PRC Europe 2017
Awaiting visitors to PRC Europe 2017 in Hamburg in May are state-of-the-art technologies and the newest trends, challenges and solutions. Leading representatives from the industry will discuss topics such as the Internet of Things, Operational Excellence, and the latest refinery technology. International software and consulting company Implico will present its innovative solutions for refineries at Stand 4.
"The European refinery industry is currently undergoing a sea change. Efficient and intelligent logistics processes are playing a more important role than ever in helping companies compete in the market," says Michael Martens, Managing Partner at Implico. "We not only offer the right tools, but with our managed services we also help our customers with the operational aspects of their daily business.” Implico's iGOS solutions improve supplier collaboration by linking different players, such as refineries, in the cloud. Demand for these services is a reality, rather than a future vision. Indeed, many petroleum companies have already announced their adoption of a "Cloud First" strategy.
Implico will also be presenting one of its latest developments at the PRC. The company recently launched a handheld solution that allows refinery operators to take the next step toward the Internet of Things (IoT). It provides a direct link between employees on site – those involved in loading the railcars, for example – and the OpenTAS terminal management system. Important information is therefore available immediately to all those who need it. At PRC Europe 2017, Dan Negru, IT Project Manager at Rompetrol, and Dimitris Pagonis, Head of Sales Global Markets at Implico, will demonstrate the practical benefits of the solution. Their talk "Next-Level Railcar Loading for Refineries - Optimized Operations and Processes Powered by Innovative Handheld Solutions" will take place on May 23 at 4 p.m.
PRC Europe 2017, 22-23 May 2017, Radisson BLU Hotel, Hamburg, Germany. Implico: Stand 4
The Implico Group optimizes logistics and business processes for oil and gas downstream companies. The international consulting and software company with its headquarters in Hamburg, Germany, has subsidiaries in Malaysia, Romania and the USA. Founded in 1983, the company today employs around 200 staff.
Implico provides consulting services, data services and software solutions for the entire supply chain – from forecasting, order entry, dispatching and tour optimization to data collation and invoicing. Leading oil and gas companies all over the world trust in Implico’s industry expertise and high-performance IT solutions including OpenTAS and iGOS. OpenTAS automates the storage and transportation of hydrocarbons for refineries, tank farms, and service station networks. iGOS (Implico Global Operation Services) offers innovative downstream solutions out of the Cloud.
Additionally, Implico offers unique consulting expertise surrounding the SAP Secondary Distribution Management for Oil & Gas (SAP SDM) and SAP Retail Fuel Network Operations (SAP RFNO) downstream solutions. SAP SDM steers and optimizes the complete order-to-cash process. SAP RFNO automates all payment and quantity flows of service station networks.
Implico is a Microsoft Gold Partner, a Software Development Partner of SAP and a member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork. The company has been recognized for its products and services on numerous occasions, e.g. for Supply Chain Management Software and as Oil & Gas Logistics Company of the Year 2015. In the field of Terminal Automation Systems, Implico is market leader in Europe, Middle East and Africa (ARC market study, July 2016).
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