CygNet Adds Powerful New Integration Capabilities

March 2, 2010 at 11:41 am Leave a comment

CygNet Software, provider of enterprise operations platforms for oil and gas, announced the availability of Service Release 1 for its CygNet Enterprise Operations Platform (EOP) 7.2, which delivers powerful new integration capabilities that enable oil and gas companies to capitalize more effectively on the massive volumes of data generated by their field devices and operational systems. The cornerstone of this release is the Enterprise Integration Suite (EIS), which includes a set of open, standards-based interfaces that enable users to reduce the complexity, time and cost involved in integrating real-time operational data into enterprise systems.

            “With the Enterprise Integration Suite, CygNet is taking the intelligence collected and managed by CygNet EOP across the ‘last mile,’ so that it can be served directly to core business applications, such as billing and allocation systems,” said Steve Robb, VP Marketing, CygNet. “Now, instead of having to write custom code, test integration points one by one, or maintain proprietary connections, users can take advantage of our standards-based interfaces to quickly, easily and affordably move data to every corner of the enterprise and into the hands of the business decision makers who need it.”

            Service Release 1 adds more power to CygNet’s advanced solution for transforming raw data collected from diverse operational systems and field devices into actionable information. With the addition of EIS, CygNet EOP 7.2 now provides a collection of interfaces that give both business and technical users the ability to deliver information to the enterprise with greater speed and agility, while ensuring future application upgrade integrity.

            Value is immediately delivered by the design incorporated into the Enterprise Objects layer, which includes a set of Web services that use common integration standards like XML, Java Messaging Service (JMS) and HTTP. These standards allow EIS to transfer valuable operational data seamlessly into back-office transactional systems and other third-party applications, such as asset management or enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. For example, a Web service can feed field operations data directly into an organization’s ERP module, such as an enterprise maintenance application. In addition to Enterprise Objects, the EIS suite also delivers standard connectors that “power users” can use to facilitate process control, programming, and system administration.


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