EDMONTON, AB / January 7, 2019 / OneBridge Solutions Inc. (“OneBridge”), a wholly owned subsidiary of OneSoft Solutions Inc. (TSX-V:OSS; OTCQB:OSSIF) (the “Company” or “OneSoft”) is pleased to announce that Sinclair Oil Corporation and an oil and gas industry Supermajor have adopted OneBridge’s Cognitive Integrity ManagementTM (“CIM”) software-as-a-service solution for
“These two clients chose CIM after lengthy and comprehensive Pilot Project investigations of our solutions,” stated OneBridge President Tim Edward. “Our software trials enable clients to experience the high value of Machine Learning and advanced Data Analytics capabilities embedded in our solutions, which cloud computing makes possible.”
Both clients selected CIM as the core component of their pipeline integrity management processes. CIM addresses four major areas of functionality: (1) assessment planning, including enterprise level planning, scheduling and business intelligence; (2) integrity compliance, wherein internal company policy and regulatory compliance conditions for CFR 192 & 195 can be addressed with the push of a button; (3) threat monitoring, for which actionable workflow and job information for every threat is identified; and (4) business intelligence, comprised of data analytics, SQL reporting, embedded user experience using 3D visualizations, dashboards with filtering, and natural query language capability.
“The diversity of these clients provides strong validation that OneBridge solutions are scalable for use by a wide range of oil and gas pipeline operators,” added OneSoft President and COO Brandon Taylor. “Through the process of engaging these clients, the company has achieved a significant milestone in cloud-based security. During the pilot, CIM passed a very stringent vulnerability assessment test conducted by a Supermajor, and this benefit is now shared across all clients who have adopted CIM as their foundational methodology to maintain and manage their pipeline assets. CIM evolves each time the company participates in such evaluations, and all our clients benefit from each iterative step of evolution.”
About The Clients
Sinclair Oil Corporation is a family-owned, vertically-integrated oil company founded more than 100 years ago, which has grown through high entrepreneurial spirit over the past century to become one of the oldest, continuous, U.S.A. brands in the oil business today. Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, the company is involved in all aspects of the industry including oil and gas exploration, motor fuel distribution, refineries, and operation of more than 1,400 company owned retail locations spanning 28 states, all identified by the company’s “Dino the Dinosaur” iconic branding.
The Supermajor client is a large publicly traded oil and gas industry leader focused on innovation and digital transformation of its businesses through the use of Microsoft Azure and other cloud platforms.
About OneSoft and OneBridge
OneSoft has developed software technology and products that have capability to transition legacy, on-premise licensed software applications to operate on the Microsoft (MSFT:NASDAQ) Azure Cloud Platform. Our business strategy is to seek opportunities to incorporate Data Science and Machine Learning, business intelligence and predictive analytics to create cost-efficient, subscription-based software-as-a-service solutions. Visit www.onesoft.ca for more information.
OneSoft’s wholly owned subsidiary, OneBridge Solutions Inc., develops and markets revolutionary new SaaS solutions that use Data Science and Machine Learning to apply predictive analytics to big data, which assist Oil & Gas pipeline operators to predict pipeline failures and thereby save lives, protect the environment, reduce operational costs and address regulatory compliance requirements. Visit www.onebridgesolutions.com for more information.
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