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Eurotech Computer Services Ltd

Eurotech Computer Services has been providing solutions and services to the oil & gas industry on a Global basis since 1993. With deep core experience and expertise of Upstream and Digital Oilfield environments, Eurotech offers G&G services such as E&P Data Management, Information Management and Records Management, bespoke project work, systems and applications support and high level consultancy and IT / IM integration.

In addition, we are able to combine this experience with a first-hand knowledge of technology and how to apply it.
This allows us to design, develop and implement IT solutions that perfectly fit the demands of the Digital Oilfield - delivering the performance, availability and functionality required in this demanding environment while retaining the Total Cost of Ownership that is expected.

Eurotech works with both the major and emerging innovative vendors to create the best solution sets for the industry and has recently utilised this unique blend of experience and knowledge to develop Cloud Services for oil & gas companies

http://www.eurotech-computers.com

Tony Klapcia - Enterprise Services Manager
Tony has worked in the IT industry for over 30 years in a variety of technical, business and management roles for some of the World’s leading technology innovators and Global services organisations.
At Eurotech he is tasked with looking at how advances in IT technology can be exploited and developed to help companies working in the Digital Oilfield arena get more benefits from new technology
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