Flow-Cal, the market leader in measurement data management for natural gas and petroleum liquids, is pleased to announce that startup exploration and production company, Jonah Energy LLC, is Flow-Cal’s newest customer utilising the FLOWCLOUDSM hosting solution.
FLOWCLOUD is a powerful hosting solution that offers Flow-Cal’s measurement applications in a highly secure and dedicated cloud environment. Flow-Cal’s SaaS model offers a cost effective means for smaller companies, like Jonah Energy, who may not have the infrastructure to implement and support FLOWCAL. This on-demand software is licensed on a subscription basis and is hosted within Flow-Cal’s professional services department.
Jonah Energy selected Flow-Cal’s hosting services as a simple and cost effective means to obtain the FLOWCAL measurement software. Now, Jonah Energy can view their data on-demand through a web interface while Flow-Cal’s professional services team manages the system behind the scenes. Flow-Cal performs system maintenance, patch updates and all IT related tasks, ensuring daily backups and data security.
“As a startup business with no existing IT infrastructure, FLOWCLOUD offers Jonah Energy a robust measurement package without the burden of software and hardware management,” said Shanna Richmond, Flow-Cal’s Professional Services Manager. “Jonah Energy can concentrate on their business, retrieve data daily and have all system maintenance handled by Flow-Cal’s services department.”
In addition, FLOWCLOUD offers a flexible and scalable platform to support the company’s expansion efforts. Jonah Energy can continue to stay focused on growing their business while Flow-Cal’s professional services team seamlessly handles the addition of metres and new clients.
Jonah Energy is a growth oriented exploration and production company focused on acquiring and operating oil and gas properties located onshore in North America. In early 2014, Jonah Energy acquired Jonah Field in the Sublette County, Wyoming from Encana Corporation which contains about 24,000 acres with over 1,600 producing wells.