Imagining technology possibilities: Energy and commodities
Remember when energy and commodities enterprises were measured by how well they extracted or grew resources? Not any more. What differentiates you competitively now is how well you act on information. Mine and refine data and you optimise production, reduce costs, increase efficiencies, improve safety and even spur new business models.
Yes, this industry was quicker than most to adopt new technologies. The need now, however, is to widen the focus beyond mere applications. Leaders need to embed digital into core business strategy in readiness for rapid technological change and challenges ahead.
What could a future mine look like? How do you leverage cloud and mobility to digitally-enable your workforce to work smarter and safer? In the field and HQ? In real time? How might artificial intelligence and next-gen data analytics infinitely scale processing speeds and remove silos?
We’re moving on conversations like these with companies who’ve taken bold steps on their digital transformation journeys. We’re helping them roll out industry-first initiatives. There’s never been a better time for energy and commodity leaders to get into futures.
6 vital business-transforming digital skills
Customer-centric product design
Mitigate against higher risk using product-thinking over system-thinking to engage employees, improve processes and manage compliance. Better understanding of what to create technologically for your employees and customers is key. We help you apply advanced human-centred, service design to better serve your audiences, coupled with leading cloud architecture to ensure scalability.
Cloud and DevOps
Inherited tech that’s not up to the task? Got a niggling feeling your digital ‘solutions’ are problems? Arq Group Cloud and DevOps specialists immerse themselves in your world to discern the drivers of your operational success, then work with your teams to transform the quality, pace and ROI of your IT solutions.
Scalable machine intelligence
Machine learning and artificial intelligence validate customer journeys at speed. Scale up the learnings and you get more value, faster. As a premium partner of all top cloud providers, Arq Group can securely deliver multiple prototypes at speed. Build. Test. Iterate. Validate. Go live. Customers love your innovations sooner.
Data. It’s complex. It’s mammoth. It’s growing. Arq Group give you the power to harness your data, ready for whatever challenges your future holds. Whether its selecting a new cloud data platform, data cleansing or creating models to exploit customer insights or mobilise fraud protection, our veteran team put years of specialist data and analytics expertise at your disposal.
How can Arq Group offer you experience and knowledge in tech that’s brand new? The answer is possibility. Conceiving of what is possible lies at the very heart of our business and is the creative drive behind every customer-reaching decision we make - from designing conversations to innovating interfaces. Our projects are so forward-thinking, cloud providers vie to partner with us and leverage our success. From augmented reality or virtual reality, chatbots or voice-powered virtual assistants, new is what we do.
They say no two clouds are the same and it’s true. Fortunately, our expertise encompasses private, public and hybrid cloud models. We build cloud-based platforms and systems supporting millions of users, endowing large organisations with startup-esque agility. For smaller organisations, we apply the same heavyweight attention to detail and security.
Be information agile
Data is infinitely durable and reusable. Companies that understand this are moving away from storing data in silos and accelerating their migration to the cloud. They will continue to leapfrog their competitors by becoming information agile - enabling intelligent predictions, lower costs and a higher success rate in new fields.
- Dan Johnson
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