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TARGET expands business operations in the Americas

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TARGET Energy Solutions LLC has announced their operational expansion into the Americas market. Target has established an office in Houston to better serve its clients and partners in the Americas region.

2018 is proving to be an exciting year, with Digital Transformation gaining serious momentum in the upstream oil and gas industry, as customers demand cloud-based solutions to manage their ever-increasing volumes of complex upstream data at a more competitive price point.

With this in mind, TARGET is opening its first office in Houston. The company is actively recruiting experienced sales, business development and technical staff to join the team, to serve our current and new customer partners and to collaborate with our technology partners in Houston and in the wider region. TARGET plans to have a team of at least five permanent staff in Houston, by year-end and further staff to cover the wider region.

High on the Houston agenda is the expansion of the TARGET partnering programme. “The US shale market has a lot of potential for digital transformation. Our solutions are well suited for this and other upstream sectors, regulators, investors and operators, that are looking for growth opportunities in the downturn by leveraging cutting edge information technology’ Matthias Hartung, President – Digital Transformation said. “Our approach is to partner with clients and together achieve performance improvements for them. We do this through leveraging our deep expertise and highly configurable modular solutions, making better use of their data and transforming their processes to become more efficient, thinking with them from the desired business outcome backward.’

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