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Moving the oilfield forward to the digital era

We offer specialty Oil and Gas operations management software for equipment rentals and service companies. Users of riger® have their business processes and document flow implemented in an easy-to-use mobile-to-office enabled digital system that allows them to manage work at all stages of value generation: quote and rental agreement, job scheduling, rental fleet management, oilfield calendar monitoring, field tickets, delivery tickets, asset tracking, management reports, analytics and more. riger® is designed to save money by saving time on field paperwork processing and correct billing and ensures same-day invoicing. The system also helps prevent expensive rental equipment loss and analyze maintenance records by instantly making available data on who used what last. Paperless enterprise is our mission and we are helping our clients to reach it.

Oil and Gas Industry Awards

Oil&Gas Awards
The riger® software was recognized by Oil and Gas Awards Judges and nominated as a finalist of Consultancy of the Year in Texas
Energy Innovator Awards
We are very proud and honored to be nominated and awarded the Best Oil & Gas Software Development Firm – North America by CV Magazine
Another Great Industry Award
More awards to come. Stay tuned!
Interviews, Podcasts and Publications
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Oil and Gas Onshore Podcast with our CEO
Our CEO, Michael Maltsev, talked about Operations Management Using Technology with Justin Gauthier during this new popular podcast. Check it on OGOS site right now.
Digital Oilfield Operations Maturity
Any change starts with assessment of where you are and envisioning where you want to be – whether it’s a personal change or a change in your business operations. If you have been asking “how can we optimize our operations utilizing the latest technology,” “what’s the most cost-effective approach”, “how do I go about doing it,” – then we invite you to have a read of the recently published “6 Levels of Digital Oilfield Operations Maturity ” where you will find a few ideas and can start actively planning the change.
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Oil show booming with innovation
Michael Maltsev, the CEO of RigER-Digital Oilfield Platform, from Calgary, Canada, talks about his company during the second day of the Permian Basin International Oil Show Wednesday, at the Ector County Coliseum grounds. Check the whole interview published
by “ In The Pipeline Magazine.
Startup of the Week – riger®
If you’re in the oil and gas services business, you know growing your rental business requires better inventory management and operations control. Additionally the complexity of field service jobs, delays in paperwork preparation, inaccurate invoicing, and lack of performance analysis are all problems that aren’t new to you. Check this “ interview with Michael Maltsev “, founder of riger®, an oilfield rental operations management software designed for energy services companies.
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From Whiteboard to Digital Oilfield
There is not much the Oil Patch can do about a global oil price languishing at roughly half what it was three years ago, and there is not much more it can cut from its today’s lean operations to further trim the expenses. However, there is a big opportunity that the oil & gas service industry has largely overlooked – the opportunity that helped other sectors of the economy to transform – the transition from traditional to digital operations. Check “this article ” to learn more
7 Ways to Boost Oilfield Rentals
Oilfield rental companies across Western Canada and USA faced with low commodity prices and low operational activity. Experienced business owners and managers know the importance of adapting quickly and act strategically. Successful oilfield rental companies get through downturn with clear focus on two tasks: optimize financials and prepare to next phase of market cycle. First task includes cutting costs and credit checks, second – innovative products, scalable solutions, workflows improvements. Read more in “ Oilfield PULSE
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New Drilling Season Preparation Starts Now
The oilfield industry faced with low prices and low operational activity. However, new drilling season will come soon and oilpatch service and rental companies must be prepared. The Western Canadian oil and gas industry operates in annual seasonal cycles. A consequence is the need for a large number of skilled labor force and related equipment to handle peak activity periods. The cyclic nature of the industry creates significant challenges, such as low equipment utilization on an annualized basis, retention of a competent field work force, potential for increased accident and worker injuries. Learn more in “Oilfield PULSE