News | August 7, 2019

Waterfield Energy Adds Client To Growing List Of Upstream ERP Customers

A Dallas, Texas-based company with a large presence across the Midwest has selected Waterfield’s Upstream ERP product suite as their full-service solution.

Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) - Waterfield Energy, a leading provider of advanced oil and gas software, has added a Dallas-based energy company to their growing list of Upstream ERP customers. The client operates over 1,000 wells in Colorado, Kansas, Utah, and Texas, and has extensive non-operated interests in North Dakota and Oklahoma.

“The competitive technology in the Upstream ERP space is 20, 30, even 40 years old,” explains Pete Waldroop, CEO of Waterfield Energy, “We utilize technology to change the way our clients do business. The performance of the application is so fast, often clients find it hard to believe until they’ve experienced it. I’m quite pleased the market is really starting to recognize what we can do to help them.”

The client is known for their principles, environmental practices, and integrity – making for a great partnership with Waterfield Energy.

“We are excited another upstream company has chosen Waterfield Energy as their growth platform,” adds Eric Haig, Director of Business Development.

Modules Purchased:
Upstream ERP

  • Revenue Accounting
  • Division Order
  • AFE
  • JIB
  • Fixed Assets with UOP
  • Purchasing
  • Materials Inventory
  • Financial Accounting

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