WolfePak provides Business Automation Software for the oil & gas industry. Upstream, midstream, services companies and investors rely on the software to improve margins by running their businesses more efficiently, reducing costs and increasing revenue. WolfePak comes with “Expertise Built-in” – exclusive accounting functionality and best practices for the oil & gas industry.
WolfePak streamlines and simplifies complex processes like revenue distribution, joint interest billing, division order management, production accounting, A/P automation, contract management, and more. I wanted to learn how the company puts mobile technology into the hands of field personnel that simplifies the collection of oilfield data, eliminating hand-written run tickets and even pumper tickets.
Ryan Lailey, CTO, WolfePak Software is responsible for product leadership and strategy. He joined WolfePak after the company’s acquisition of DocVue, the gold standard for document management in the oil and gas industry, in November 2019. He held positions as chief technology officer and chief operating officer while with DocVue.
Prior to DocVue, Ryan was a founding member of the management team at Cortex Business Solutions serving in multiple leadership roles within sales, marketing business development, investor relations and corporate strategy. Ryan was also an investment executive of a major Canadian financial institution working in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and investor relations.
Ryan Lailey joins me on Tech Talks Daily to share his thoughts on how oil and gas companies transitioning back to the office, and what digital workflow decisions need to be made now. We also discuss best practices and future technology integration, including tighter security for hybrid work environments, digital document management, storage, Financial, and business automation.
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