Iron-IQ kicks off 2021 by offering mid-market oil and gas operators a more sensible way of getting all their equipment, people, and processes connected within the cloud. Now operators don’t have to spend a small fortune in CAPEX or heavy OPEX maintenance costs to have best-in-class SCADA and workflow automation.
“After years of dealing with the hassles and high-cost of on-premise SCADA solutions, we knew current offerings were not going to allow oil and gas companies to stay competitive,” commented Iron-IQ CEO, Michael Ligrani.
Iron-IQ’s platform surpasses traditional boundaries of oil and gas SCADA systems, with powerful capabilities such as the integrated logic tool powered by NodeREDTM, machine learning, and customizable dashboards. “We taught it to play nice with others, so it’s third party friendly too,” Ligrani said. “Our SCADA system is smarter, enabling people to avoid the pain of trying to get their SCADA system to integrate with other software. Now, it’s right at their fingertips.”
Their advantages aren’t all technological. Having merged an experienced oil and gas software company with an established SCADA integration and automation company, Iron-IQ offers deep domain expertise encoded into their system. With experienced SCADA and Automation Engineers on staff, they de-risk the entire legacy migration.
“SCADA systems should be simple to use, customizable, and easy to access by anyone regardless of their company size,” Michael explained, “It shouldn’t matter if you are a family operation working a dozen wells or you’ve got a team of 100 people; everyone deserves a dependable system that transfers directly into their operations. That’s why we started the SCADA revolution with Iron-IQ.”
More and more companies are choosing to join the SCADA revolution. Migration from existing legacy systems is fast and well supported. Iron-IQ provides internal IT and OT support to make transitioning quick and painless.
To join the SCADA revolution, visit https://iron-iq.com/ or contact Iron-IQ directly using the contact information below.