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Cirrus Logistics Recognised by CIO Review for Second Year in 20 Most Promising Oil and Gas Technology Solution Providers 2018

November 20, 2018

For a second consecutive year, Cirrus Logistics, part of the international technology group Körber, is recognised for its technical contribution to the oil and gas industry.

Named as one of 20 elite companies by the CIO Review research team, the judging panel shortlisted the very best vendors and consultants from across the globe as ’20 Most Promising Oil and Gas Technology Solution Providers of 2018’. Specific emphasis on selection was placed on software companies offering cost effective and innovative solutions.

The oil and gas sector has been ground-breaking in terms of adapting new technologies such as AI and the Internet of Things (IoT), with a focus of innovation over expansion. Increasing production while keeping resource cost down employs several of those technologies, including a fundamental overhaul in IT application through automation and big data analytics.

Faced with the sheer numbers and complexity of variables involved in the oil and gas industry, Cirrus Logistics’ solutions offer fully time-optimised routes and real-time visibility enabling effective and timely decision-making, as well as ultimately big costs savings.

“The Cirrus Marine Enterprise Suite (MES) is uniquely placed to harness digital data services to enrich its marine scheduling algorithms,” commented Simon Shore, Managing Director Cirrus Logistics, “Having been selected for a second year as one of part of the 20 is very gratifying as it endorses our product and technical strategy. All the innovation at Cirrus Logistics is aimed at harnessing the power digital transformation can offer oil and gas terminals.”

Equally, once refinery products transit to inland distribution, Cirrus Logistics’ COST2SERV enables oil and gas companies to cut down the costs of pipeline or on-road distribution to homes, forecourts, or business facilities. It does so in a similar mathematical method, incorporating numerous parameters to design multimodal and complex network infrastructures and strategies.