Dana Petroleum Limited is an Aberdeen-headquartered exploration and production company. Dana has operations, assets and interests in the UK, the Netherlands and Egypt and produces around 57,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. Dana is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Korea National Oil Corporation.
Dana currently use the oil and gas industry’s leading accounting solution Infor SunSystems, alongside a third-party reporting tool. Progressive TSL have been asked to complete a full review of the existing system configuration. Progressive TSL will then submit recommendations of how the system can be upgraded and re-configured, so Dana can gain full potential from the functionally rich SunSystems solution, both now and in the years to come.
Rather than continuing to access reports currently within a third-party reporting tool, Progressive TSL will ensure that in future, Dana makes full use of the Infor Q&A reporting functionality which Infor offers as standard alongside SunSystems.
Based on the recommendations made in the systems review, over the coming months Progressive TSL have been asked to upgrade Dana’s SunSystems solution and work alongside Dana’s internal Finance Team to configure SunSystems and Q&A using Progressive’s Oil & Gas implementation framework to meet Dana’s specific requirements and processes. Progressive TSL will then provide the necessary training to the internal Dana team.
Progressive TSL’s Aberdeen and London based Oil & Gas consultants will take-over support of Dana’s Infor solution. In addition to receiving direct access to the Progressive TSL help desk, Progressive TSL consultants will also be available to provide on-site support and assistance as appropriate. This service will include specific Oil & Gas functional support, Systems Administration and Technical Support.
“At Progressive TSL, we pride ourselves on building strong long-term relationships with our clients. The team are looking forward to entering into this new partnership with Dana and are fully committed to supporting them for many years into the future.”
Chris Walcot, CEO, Progressive TSL