For example "Webinars"

Make sure to swing by Booth #754 and say hi! RigER at DUG Permian Basin + Eagle Ford



SAP, Microsoft, NetSuite
Businesses today have many different systems all operating at once. We all have legacy systems that work well, and we want to continue using them. Many of us want to use a particular ERP because it suits best our operational needs. And of course, any new software you implement must communicate with your ERP and “integration” is the word we use to describe that communication.
Organize a single information space within the business processes that pass through both your ERP and RigER.
The Integration will allow getting relevant information from the other (integrated) system, which is the result of users’ work within the company business processes without having to repeat the operation.

Available Integrations


Benefits of ERP Integration

Improve and Streamline Business Processes

Automate lengthy processes and improve efficiency to help you make more informed business decisions

Take Business to the Next Level

Manage every aspect of your business with an ERP plugged in (i.e. read “integrated”) into all of your data-providing applications

Data Integration + Data Quality = Better Decisions

Don’t just capture data, integrate it. Remove duplications and interpret the data in a way that will aid your business’s bottom line.

Errors and Duplication Reduction

As a by-product of reduced manual entry, you will also see a reduction in errors when entering in orders, products, customer information and other data.

Employee Training Reduction

Your staff will appreciate that they only have to work with one system and not have to adopt new processes for the way they currently work.

Increase Productivity and Mobility.

No manual data entry, decreased job to invoice time and access from any device to the up-to-date information.

See It In Action

Integration Process:

  • – Define Integration Goals
  • – Define Each Software Functions
  • – Describe Integration Points
  • – Describe Response Package and Triggers
  • – Identify Entry Points
  • – User Interface Requirements
  • – Technical Requirements
  • – Define Use Cases