LiquidFrameworks to host educational presentation


Continuing its educational series, Houston-based LiquidFrameworks will hold a breakfast presentation on November 19, 2014 at 8:00 am CST at the Houston City Club. The event, Differentiate Oilfield/ Industrial Service with E-Field Ticketing, will feature two customers speaking on their experiences with the implementation of FieldFX.

The FieldFX solution is a cloud-based, mobile field operations software suite designed to manage contracts, quotes, equipment, jobs and field tickets for companies in the oilfield, industrial and environmental service industries. Presenters will include Scott Roberts, project manager at Archer Wireline LLC and Chris Close, marketing manager at Carber.

The presenters will focus on their experiences streamlining processes between operations, field personnel and accounting with FieldFX and address the implementation experience and adoption of the software suite by field technicians.

LiquidFrameworks founder and COO, Travis Parigi, will moderate the presentation.

If you would like to attend the presentation, register here.

LiquidFrameworks is a mobile field operations management solutions company specializing in oil and gas and industrial/environmental services.


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