|Type||Oilfield Service Software|
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RigER - digital oilfield platform designed for managing oilfield service operations from client service requests and schedules to invoicing.
Story of RigER
RigER (Rig Equipment Rentals) is an oilfield services and equipment rental operations management software developed by Belca Soft Corporation. The concept of the RigER software solution was developed by Michael Maltsev, Founder after he worked as a CFO at an oilfield rentals company in Calgary, Alberta.
As a CFO for an oilfield rentals company Michael Maltsev understood that spending hours reconciling client’s data, stored and presented in a massive excel spreadsheet was not a good option. The main idea of the future application was to create an affordable product that would be customizable and scalable meeting the needs of businesses that want to be effective in how they track their services and equipment and collect payments for their services.
The software covers different areas of energy service business like pricing and rental arrangement, scheduling, fleet management, calendaring, reporting, invoicing, equipment settings. The company works both for Canada and US markets.
RigEr is available both cloud-based or on Windows OS.
Due to huge demand of oilfield softwares, a lot of software and consulting companies jump into this industry and launch their products in past few years. FieldEquip is one of the alternative oilfield software launched by Bursys in 2016. A few other companies such as oildex, fieldfx are working in the same direction.
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