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Oniqua Named Most Promising Oil & Gas Technology Solution Provider by CIO Review
Distinguished panel of CEOs, CIOs, industry analysts, CIO Review board selects Oniqua for its ability to help customers optimize their technology investments, deploy new capabilities
BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA – March 11, 2015 – Oniqua Intelligent MRO, the leader in MRO materials management optimization for asset-intensive industries, today announced that CIO Review Magazine has named Oniqua as one of the 20 most promising technology solution providers in the Oil and Gas industry.
CIO Review received many nominations, from which the publication’s evaluation team shortlisted its top solution providers. A distinguished panel comprising CEOs, CIOs, industry analysts and the CIO Review editorial board decided the final list of award recipients.
Oniqua was featured in the December issue of CIO Review magazine, which can be found here:
Companies were chosen based on a variety of criteria, including the ability to help customers in the oil and gas industry optimize their technology investments and deploy new capabilities.
Oniqua provides Intelligent MRO (maintenance, repair and operations) capabilities that are transforming the way Oil & Gas, Mining and Utilities companies manage their capital-intensive assets. The company provides a unique cloud-based offering, which combines the world’s most advanced MRO analytics technology with analyst services, consulting, master data cleansing and industry expertise to optimize the performance of materials management and operations/maintenance activities.
Oniqua is proud to serve many of the world’s largest energy and resources companies, including BHP Billiton, ConocoPhillips, Dow, BP, Newmont Mining, Rio Tinto, Freeport McMoRan, American Electric Power, Tennessee Valley Authority, Nebraska Public Power District and many others.
Oniqua is owned by international oilfield support services company ASCO. The company employs over 2,500 people in four key regions, and offers a wide range of services including inventory and materials management, offshore supply base management, onshore oilfield support, environmental services, personnel and training, advisory and technical services as well as fuel services.