Bit Stew Systems and RoviSys Corp formed a new partnership that brings the power of Bit Stew’s MIx Core platform and MIx Director application (formerly Grid Director) to the upstream and midstream oil and gas markets.
RoviSys offers extensive industry experience integrating process automation and information solutions for upstream, midstream and downstream applications. Bit Stew’s MIx Core is becoming the platform of choice for industrial enterprises seeking a comprehensive way to integrate, visualize, and gain intelligence from their disparate data sources.
MIx Director, powered by MIx Core, is the application industrial companies rely on to provide actionable insights into their operations, assets and customers. With this partnership, RoviSys and Bit Stew will enable customers to protect the integrity of their assets on the pipeline by detecting geographically, major risks such as leaks, power loss, environmental impacts and other hazards.
“RoviSys has a history of identifying technologies that will help our customers solve real operational problems and provide a high return on investment,” said Gary Humble, director of Oil and Gas at RoviSys. “We worked with Bit Stew to deploy their MIx Solutions at Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E). We immediately realized the benefits we could bring as partners to the oil and gas industry, which experiences similar automation challenges as utilities.”
This partnership builds upon the two companies’ existing and successful deployments in the utilities sector, where they have helped joint customers such as PG&E improve operational and business processes, decrease downtime and lower costs.
“Bit Stew has a proven history in helping utilities simplify the integration challenge of managing billions of data points in order to gain actionable insights into operations,” says Ron Pequette, vice president, sales at Bit Stew. “We’re thrilled to partner with RoviSys to bring our powerful MIx Core and MIx Director solutions to the oil and gas industry which is a natural fit for both our companies.”